One civilian died in an alleged Russian or regime air or artillery strike on Telmens, according to local media.
Edlib Media Centre reported: “The body of a young man who was martyred in a previous regime artillery shelling in Talmans town, south of Idlib, was found.”
According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights, “Muhammad Khaled al Na’san was killed on January 22, when he went to his house to take some of his family belongings to their place of displacement as Syrian regime forces’ artillery fired shells on Talmennes town in the eastern suburbs of Idlib governorate.”
Local Coordination Committees of Syria also named the victim, adding that he was 37-years-old, and that he died in regime artillery shelling. The source added that the strike occurred at 09:35 local time.
The Shaam News Network noted that both Russian and regime warplanes “launched dozens of airstrikes” across cities and towns in Idlib, killing one civilian in Telmens.
The incident occured at 9:35 am local time.
- Muhammad Khaled al Na’san 37 years old male killed