Three or four civilians including a woman and a child died and up to seven more were injured in an alleged Russian or regime air or artillery strike on Aleppo’s Al Sakhour neighbourhood, according to local media.
Syrian Press Centre and Syrian Observatory for Human Rights both reported that “Russian warplanes targeted the medical centre in Sakhour, wounding a number of its staff. Additionally, Assad’s artillery was shelling the neighbourhood.”
The Smart News agency said that three civilians including a woman and a child died and seven more people were wounded, some badly, in a Russian Strike. Baladi also put the death toll at three.
But the Syrian Network for Human Rights, who pointed to “suspected Russian warplanes”, put the death count at four, including a child.
The Shaam News Network noted that both Russia and the regime carried out airstrikes on Aleppo on this day.They also reported that use of “all sorts of weapons including bunker busting, cluster, phosphorous and vacuum missiles”.
Halab News listed three victims including one named and two unidentified civilians.
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 October 1st – 19th 2016.