Up to three civilians, including up to two children and one woman, were killed while as many as six civilians were wounded following alleged Russian shelling of Enata, western Idlib, local media reported.
In this event, several sources reported that Russian warplanes had carried out airstrikes in Enata. The twitter account Hassan Darwisho mentioned that the strikes hit a camp in the village.
Several sources reported that the strikes had killed two civilians, while some specified that the victims were a woman and a child. As the only one, Step News Agency reported three fatalities; two children and one woman.
Between two and six civilians were left wounded, according to the local reports.
All known sources, who identified a culprit, pointed to Russia.
It should be noted that the reports from Enata match the previous event, R2825, that took place in an unnamed village in Idlib, also on February 13th. The unnamed village is located 15 km from Idlib, while Enata is 20 km from Idlib. Therefore, there is a possibility that the two incidents might be the same.
However, as of now, they will be treated separately.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Russian Armed Forces Assessment:
Original strike reports
Russia has not reported any strikes between February 1st - 28th 2018.