A child was killed and up to 20 other civilians were injured in alleged Russian and Syrian missile strikes on the town of Sarmin, local media reported.
Sources on the ground reported two others were killed by land-to-land cluster bombs.
A total of three died and 10 were wounded as a result of Syrian ballistic missiles on the city, according to the Revolutionary Forces of Syria. They said the bombing came from a defense factory in the countryside of Aleppo, where Assad’s headquarters are allegedly based.
A rocket reportedly landed in the center of the city causing a large number of casualties and requiring several amputations according to local media.
According to Alsouria, “the city was hit later yesterday by raids by Russian warplanes, which caused the deaths and wounded.”
The Smart News Agency and the White Helmets noted that a woman also died, while the White Helmets added that three of its members were wounded.
A young infant was later pulled alive from the rubble (see image below).
The local time of the incident is unknown.