Two children were killed in alleged Russian airstrikes against the town of Kafr Sajna in southern Idlib. All sources blamed Russian warplanes for the raids.
One local source included wounded in the casualty estimates but did not specify whether it was in Kafr Sajna or Deir al Sharqi. Both sources that reported in the incident, Smart News Agency and Idlib Media Centre, attributed the airstrikes to Russian planes.
Step tweeted photographs and claimed that a salt factory was targeted.
The child Ahmad Khaled Al-Qasoum, was also named in a previous incident. It is unclear in which incident he was killed.
Graphic footage shows the bodies of children who were burned alive due to the raids.
Local media suggested that children were burned to death due to Russian warplanes.
Al Jazeera tweeted that “The rocket attack targeted the positions of al Nusra Front in Idlib”. They blamed Russian warplanes.
eqtsad reported that “Russian battleships on Friday, with several missiles of the type “Caliber”, targeted the villages and towns of the southern countryside Idlib, as part of its fierce air attack on the elements of life there.”
They added that, “A rocket landed in a salt factory in the village of Kafrsajna in the southern suburb of Idlib, killing the child, “Ahmad Khalid al-Qassum al-Issa”, an only child for the family that works as guards for the factory in order to earn their living. The rocket caused the child to be burnt and the villagers were unable to save him. The fire turned him into a charred body. A number of wounded, in addition to the exit of the plant from the service and destroyed completely.”
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Ahmad Khaled Al-Qasoum Child male killed
- Ahmed Ibn Khaled Al-Issa Child killed