Five named civilians including one child and a woman died and up to eight more were wounded in alleged Russian or Assad regime air and artillery strikes on Talbissa, Homs, according to sources on the ground.
Syria News Desk reported that “three young men were killed and five others wounded today after cluster bombs dropped by Russian warplanes exploded yesterday [Sept 16th] on Talbissa’s neighbourhoods. This led to fires, and fire fighting teams rushed to the scene.”
However, the Smart News Agency blamed regime artillery for the death of four civilians and wounding of eight more.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights also pointed to the regime, reporting that a child and a woman died in an artillery bombardment.
Jisrtv reported that five people died as a result of “artillery fire and air strikes with phosphorus bombs”.
Step News Agency named five victims, listed below.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
The victims were named as:
Family members (2)
- Mohammed Mahmoud Al Dakkah Age unknown male killed
- Aiman Mahmoud Al Dakkah Age unknown male killed
- Alaa Abdel-Moaain Kasab 10 years old male killed
- Kholoud Asim al-‘Allus Age unknown female killed
- Alaa Bajaqh Age unknown male killed
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Russian Armed Forces Assessment:
Original strike reports
Russia has not reported any strikes between September 1st – 30th 2016.