Local media reported between five and six dead from airstrikes in the neighbourhood of al Sukkari, Aleppo. Five fatalities were identified by name by both Halab News and Syria2011 News. In addition, both sources claimed a sixth death, of an anonymous, 35-year-old individual.
Most sources agreed that Russian warplanes were responsible. For example, LCCSY tweeted that “Russian aviation targeted the neighbourhood of Sukkari in the city with cluster bombs.”
In a Facebook post, LCCSY also said that people were still stuck under the rubble after Russian warplanes carried out missile attacks on the residential buildings in the Maadi, Salhin, Marja, Sukkari, and Qatirji neighbourhoods in Aleppo city.”
The Syrian Network for Human Rights stated that “fixed-wing warplanes, believed to be Russian, fired missiles targeting the vicinity of a vegetable market in the Al Sukkari neighbourhood”.
But other sources said regime warplanes or helicopters were responsible. Shahbapress tweeted that regime planes used barrel bombs in al Sukkari, while JisirTV referred to “the massacre perpetrated by regime forces.”
Some sources did not distinguish between the regime and Russian forces: The Shaam News Network claimed: “after the end of the truce, the Russian/Assad enemy planes raided the neighbourhoods of the city of Aleppo and the surrounding towns.”
A YouTube video posted by The White Helmets showed attempts to extinguish a fire in a building.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Russian Military Assessment:
Original strike reports
Russia has not reported any strikes between September 1st – 30th 2016.