Between four and seven civilians including three children and a woman died in alleged Russian airstrikes on Kafr Naha, according to local media. The source Shahed-ayan reported that there had been five raids on the town.
The minimum death count of four civilians – three children and a woman – was given by Alamawi and the Syrian Network for Human Rights.
Halab News and LCCSY also blamed Russia, as did Baladi, who put the death toll as high as seven, noting that residential buildings had been damaged in the raids.
The Step News Agency published images showing destruction of the “Al-Bayda’a charity storage” building – though, as with some other sources, it didn’t identify the culprit.
According to Shahed-ayan, five civilians from one family were killed.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Russian Armed Forces Assessment:
Original strike reports
Russia has not reported any strikes between September 1st – 30th 2016.