Two children were reportedly wounded in airstrikes conducted in Al-Tah. Most sources said that Russian warplanes were to blame for the raids. There were no reports of civilian deaths.
Baladi News did not report on civilian harm, stating only that “Russian warplanes launched dozens of intensive raids on several cities and towns of the southern and eastern Idlib villages targeting both Ma’arat al-Nu’man and its environs, the towns of al-Tah”
@syriancivildefe and the Step News Agency said that two children were wounded in the raid.
Two rockets were allegedly fired by warplanes, “targeting the houses of civilians in al-Tah in southern Idlib”. @syriancivildefe , did not attribute blame.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Russian Armed Forces Assessment:
Original strike reports
In an article published on January 30th 2018 Russia reported: ”crews of the Aerospace Forces of Russia had successfully performed 34,561 sorties. The Minister of Defence pointed out that the Tu-22M3 long-range bombers, as well as the Su-24M, Su-34 and Su-35S short-range aircraft had proved to be efficient. The Tu-160 and Tu-95MS strategic bombers delivered 66 strikes by cruise missiles, and each eliminated the assigned target. The Minister of Defence also stated that Russian UAVs provided complete control over the whole Syrian territory. The head of the military department paid attention to the significant contribution to the achievement of the operation made by the Navy. The naval surface forces carried out 171 combat missions. The ships and submarines carried out 100 high-precision attacks with the Kalibr cruise missiles. For the first time, the aircraft carrier "Admiral of the Soviet Union Fleet Kuznetsov" participated in combat operations. Due to high professional skills of deck aircraft, 1,252 terrorist objects were eliminated.”