One to three civilians were reported killed in airstrikes on Khan Sheikhoun, Idlib, on August 8th.
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that “a civilian was killed, and others were injured, due to aerial bombardment by Russian planes on Khan Sheikhoun city in the southern countryside of Idlib.”
Other sources cited the death of “two civilians” and a “number injured.”
Baladi News stated that “three civilians were martyred on Thursday, due to a joint air strike by Russian warplanes and another to the Assad regime, targeting the city of “Khan Sheikhoun” in the southern countryside of Idlib.”
According to this source, “two civilians were killed in intensive Russian raids on residential neighborhoods in the city of Khan Sheikhoun. A displaced person from the northern countryside of Hama was also martyred due to the bombardment of the city with barrel bombs by the regime’s helicopters.”
Similarly, Shaam News reported that “activists said Assad’s warplanes, helicopters and Russian warplanes stepped up from the airstrikes on the city of Khan Sheikhoun, focusing on residential neighbourhoods and farms near the city, leaving three martyrs and a number of wounded among civilians, in addition to the destruction of residential buildings.”
Many sources named only Russian forces in reporting the incident, however a number stated that both Russian forces and the Syrian regime were responsible for the attack.
The local time of the incident is unknown.