Up to three civilians were left wounded following an alleged Russian airstrike in al-Wafa’a Camp, near Zarzur, Idlib, local media reported.
RFS Media Office reported that “three civilians were seriously wounded today [May 3rd], following an air strike carried out by a Russian UAV, targeting “Al-Wafa’a Camp” near the village of Zarzur in the countryside of Idlib, northern Syria.”
An eye witness in the camp told the Syria News Agency that “a drone dropped bombs on the camp near the Turkish border, “causing two injuries.”
Most sources reported that an unmanned aircraft carried out the strike, just as sources did after the event in Darkous (RS2072) on the same day, where an unmanned aircraft reportedly struck the ‘Aleppo 1 Camp’, in the same area.
Only two sources, RFS Media and MasarPressNet, identified the responsible party – and both pointed to Russia.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Original strike reports
Russia has not reported any strikes between May 1st - 31st 2017.