Two civilians were killed and 15 others were reportedly injured in alleged Russian airstrikes on the town of Al Hamama, Idlib governorate, on October 14th, 2020, according to local sources. A single source claimed that four militants were killed.
A correspondent for Step News Agency reported that “Russian warplanes targeted a civilian area in the town’s forest and forest lands with eight airstrikes, killing two people and wounding 15 others, as a preliminary outcome likely to rise as a result of the presence of missing civilians.”
According to Shaam News Network, the strikes targeted an area with dozens of tents for displaced people, adding that workers of olive picking workshops were among the victims.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, however, reported that Russian strikes on Al Hamama “targeted the headquarters and camps of Tahrir Al Sham and jihadist groups, killing four fighters so far and injuring others.”
All sources blamed Russia for the airstrikes.
The local time of the incident is unknown.