Five named civilians from the same family, including three children, died as result of either Russian or Syrian regime airstrike in the Bab Nayrab neighbourhood of Aleppo, according to local media.
CNN reported that civilian infrastructure was destroyed in the strike: “As a result of heavy shelling last night, Bab Nayrab station, which provides water to about 250,000 people in the eastern districts of Aleppo stopped pumping because of being badly damaged”. Several other sources also cited damage to the water station amid “violent raids”.
While most sources claimed the strike was conducted by Russia, The Syrian Network for Human Rights said it was the Syrian regime.
According to SN4HR, “five civilians from one family, including three children, have died from bombing of regime warplanes on Bab Neirab neighborhood in the city of Aleppo.”
Most sources seem to agree with the number of five dead civilians, while LCCSY gives a lower estimate at one person dead and Syrianpc says six died.
Syriamubasher named five victims as:gave details on the name of five victims.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
The victims were named as:
Family members (5)
- Alaa Majed Rihawi 4 years old killed
- Ghram Majid Rihawi 7 months years old killed
- Raed Majid Rihawi 5 years old killed
- Fatima al-Numan 24 years old female killed
- Mahmoud Rihawi 31 years old male killed
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Russian Armed Forces Assessment:
Original strike reports
Russia has not reported any strikes between September 1st – 30th 2016.