One civilian was injured in an airstrike in Lataminah, Hama, according to local media sources – though it was unclear whether Russia or the Assad regime were responsible.
Hama News Centre reported that “Russian air raids targeted al Latamna hospital”; they added that it caused huge destruction to the hospital and injuring one member of medical staff.
A group of terrorists in a vehicle in the northern Hama countryside were apparently the “target” of the strike and a large number of them were killed, according to the source @RaedSyrian02. They noted that the strike was conducted by the “air force” which could mean the Assad regime.
7al news reported that “more than five paratroop-type missile attacks targeted the town of Al-Latamneh (controlled by the opposition in the northern countryside of Hama), resulting in the destruction of more than 10 homes and other material damage.”
Media activist, Lyad al-Hussein told 7al that the regime’s forces “rely on the opposition areas in the countryside to protect the missiles with parachutes, because of their destructive ability.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Russian Military Assessment:
Original strike reports
Russia has not reported any specific strikes between April 1st - 31st 2017.