Two civilians were killed and three others injured in an airstrike in Ma’arat Al-Nu’man, Idlib, according to local media sources – though it was not clear whether the Assad regime or Russia were responsible.
All of the known sources that reported on this attack, aside from RFS Media Office, attributed responsibility to Russian forces.
Halab Today reported that one civilian was killed and three others injured – the only source to specify the number of civilians injured. AMC Aleppo also reported that one civilian was killed, however, all death tolls later rose to two civilians.
One of those killed was identified by Idlib Network News, whilst the other was only identified as a 50 year old man from the town of Karnaz, in the countryside of Hama.
RFS reported that “the Assad regime repeats its air raids on the towns and villages of Idlib using high-explosive and internationally banned bombs, from cluster and phosphorous bombs.”
A number of cluster bombs were also reportedly found in the town, according to RFS, and were later dismantled so not to endanger civilian life.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Saeed Mohammed Matarmawi Age unknown male killed
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Russian Military Assessment:
Original strike reports
Russia has not reported any specific strikes between April 1st - 31st 2017.