Two adult males died in airstrikes by alleged Russian and Syrian regime warplanes in Mazrat Al-Aziziya, local media reported. Sources blamed both said belligerents for the raids.
Aljazeera reported that “10 people were killed and dozens injured others this morning in a Russian air bombardment on the towns of Al Taman’a, Al Dajaj and Al Hamdaniya and farms in the southern countryside Idlib.” Airwars researchers did not find any civilian casualty allegations for the other towns therefore we have included ten as a possible death toll for this incident.
Footage shows as many as six raids on the vicinity in a continuous bombardment.
According to Syrian Network for Human Rights, “suspected Russian warplanes fired a missile as well as Syrian regime force helicopters dropped several barrel bombs on Mazra’et al Aziziya”.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
The victims were named as:
Family members (2)
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Russian Military Assessment:
Original strike reports
The Russian Ministry of Defence announced being active in unspecified parts of Syria until December 11th, 2017.