Two children were reportedly killed and another two were left wounded as the remnants of previous shelling exploded in the town of Khan al-Asal, Aleppo, local media said.
HalabTodayTV’s correspondent said that it was the remnants of a cluster bomb dropped on a previous day that caused the incident.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights agreed and added that the cluster bomb was dropped by Russia. So did several other sources.
However, the Violations Documentation Centre Syria, who reported the death of two unidentified children, attributed blame to “Syrian government and affiliated militias.”
It was unclear when the bombs had been dropped.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Russian Armed Forces Assessment:
Original strike reports
The Russian Ministry of Defence announced being active in unspecified parts of Syria until December 11th, 2017.