Up to 11 civilians were killed, and dozens more were wounded, following an alleged missile strike on Jisir Al-Shoghour. Almost all sources blamed Russian warplanes for the incident. Some, however, remained impartial, and two blamed the Syrian regime.
According to sources, three children and women were killed in the raid. LCCSY and Step News put the death toll as low as two, however, most others put the figures much higher, with Orient saying that as many as 11 people died.
Sources reported that missiles including “bunker busting missiles” were used in the raid.
Footage shows serious the damage to the residential neighbourhood, in which entire buildings collapsed.
Additional footage shows members of the Civil Defence searching in the rubble for casualties and injured civilians.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Ahmed Shreiqi Age unknown killed
- Asaad Qarout Age unknown killed
- Abdo Muhannad Aldebs Age unknown killed
- Fahd Mamo Age unknown killed
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Russian Military Assessment:
Original strike reports
Russia has not reported any specific strikes between April 1st - 31st 2017.