At least one civilian was killed and four others were injured in airstrikes and artillery fire on the Ramousa neighbourhood in Aleppo, local media reported. Most sources attributed the airstrikes to Russian aircraft, which reportedly carried out eight air raids, though there was also an allegation against the Assad regime. Syrian Network for Human Rights blamed “government warplanes and its allies”.
According to local media, the civilian killed was identified as a member of the White Helmets, who was killed while trying to help those that were trapped under the debris. In addition, three other members of the White Helmets were injured, including the head of civil defence in the Ansari Fakhoury neighbourhood.
@shamfront11 added that artillery had also shelled the area.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Khaled Omar Harah 35 years old male member of the White Helmets killed
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Russian Armed Forces Assessment:
Original strike reports
On August 11th 2016, the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation reported that, "six Tu-22M3 long-range bombers took off from the territory of the Russian Federation and carried out concentrated strikes with high-explosive fragmentation munitions on objects of the ISIS terrorist grouping located to the south-east, north, and north-west regions from the Raqqah city. A large weaponry, ammunition and POL storage located near the Raqqah city, a plant producing chemical munitions located in the north-western suburbs of the city, and a large ISIS terrorists’ training camp have been destroyed by the aviation strike." Further to this they added that "Terrorists have suffered significant material damage. A lot of insurgents have been eliminated." According to the report the bombers took off from Hmeymim airbase.