At least one civilian died and up to six more were wounded in multiple alleged Russian airstrikes on the city of Idlib, according to sources on the ground.
Enab Baladi reported “four victims, including wounded, as an initial toll”. According to the White Helmets, their teams “evacuated six civilian casualties after the city of Idlib was targeted by five air strikes by Russian aviation”.
@HadiAlabdallah noted that the “bombing focused on the easten neighboruhoods of the city”. Multiple locations were reportedly struck:
The outskirts of the city and the centre.
The Central Bank building – now used by the city council.
The Ministry of Justice building.
The university district.
The examination building of the Directorate of Education.
Enab Baladi provided gave the most extensive information on the raids: “Four raids targeted both the the outskirts of the city and the centre, in addition to the building of the Ministry of Justice and local administration of the government. Activists posted a video recording showing the destruction of the ministry building, located near the garage. The fifth raid targeted the university district in the city, the former Central Bank building, in addition to the examination building of the Directorate of Education.”
The local time of the incident is unknown.
The victims were named as: