Airstrikes, allegedly carried out by either the Syrian regime or Russia in Tah village on the southern countryside of Idlib, wounded several civilians, including women, local media reported.
Multiple sources reported that the airstrikes, taking place on the night of Wednesday, October 11th, caused significant civilian harm, but didn’t result in any fatalities. HalabTodayTV noted that several women were among the wounded.
According to Orient News, “warplanes targeted the town of Tah in Idlib on Wednesday night [Oct 11th] with several air raids, causing great damage in the town and wounding a number of residents, including displaced people from outside the town.”
Large parts of the village were left destroyed as depicted in footage from the aftermath of the strikes.
Not many sources identified a culprit. However, a few, including Smart News Agency and @Razak0000 attributed the incident to Russia. Yet, the strikes remain contested as Orient News reported that both Russia and the Syrian were behind.
The incident occured around midnight.
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Russian Armed Forces Assessment:
Original strike reports
Russia has not reported any strikes between October 1st - 31st 2017.