Up to three civilians were reported killed and between three and ten others including at least one woman and one child were injured in an alleged Russian airstrike on Kafar Nubul in Idlib, Syria on November 23rd 2019, according to local sources.
While SMART Agency, Syrian Civil Defense (SCD), IdlibPlus and Macro Media Center (MMC) reported that two civilians were killed, ShahbaPress raised the death toll to three. Also the Syrian Civil Defense (SCD) said three were injured, while IdlibPlus said the total number of injuries among civilians is ten.
Idlib Plus also said that “The bombing of the Russian warplanes, in several raids on the city of Kafranbel in the southern countryside of Idlib, killed two men and wounded seven others, including a family of two children, a man and a woman, in addition to the destruction of civilian houses.”
Step Agency reported that vacuum missiles were used in the raids that targeted the city, while Macro Media Center pointed that the attacks targeted residential areas.
The killed victims are all believed to be men, but no further details are currently available.
The local time of the incident is unknown.