Up to 25 non-combatants including two children were reported killed – and dozens injured – in an alleged Russian bombing of civilian areas in the towns of Kafr Nasseh and Ihress, according to Al Khaleej Online and other sources.
A White Helmets official said the alleged strike had also targeted vehicles carrying humanitarian aid, burning 10 of them. He added that some of those wounded were in a critical condition and were taken to a field hospital between the cities of Izaz and Tal Rifa’at, while others were transferred to Turkish hospitals.
A member of the Coordinating Committees in the north of Aleppo, “Mustafa Abu al-Rashid” said: “The Russian raids targeted, the demarcation lines between the Syrian opposition and Daesh. The armed opposition managed to recover control of the village Jarez”.
Five victims were named by the Violations Documentation Center as having been killed in Aleppo “due to the Russian air forces shelling“, although it did not specify exactly where they died.
An additional two victims were listed as having died “due to the Russian air forces shelling on the road between Kafrnaseh and Ihris.”
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Original strike reports
For November 26th-December 4th 2015, Russia reported carrying out 431 combat sorties, including strikes in Aleppo governorate.