Up to seven civilians including a woman and her husband were reported killed in alleged Russian forces or Syrian regime forces airstrikes on Al Yarmouk camp in Damascus, Syria on April 24th, 2018 according to local sources.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights said that “six civilians, including three women were killed as Syrian/Russian warplanes fired missiles on Ata al Zeir Street in al Yarmouk Camp south of Damascus city, on April 24th, 2018.”
The Network also reported that “Haifaa al Haj was killed along with her husband Mohammad Hadba as Syrian/Russian warplanes fired missiles on Ata al Zeir Street in al Yarmouk Camp south of Damascus city, causing a massacre, on April 24th, 2018.”
Syrian warplanes launched numerous raids on the camp amid additional artillery and rocket fire.One source estimated a total of 100 air strikes and 25 barrels of explosives.
Shaam News, who reported the deaths of seven civilians, said the bodies were found on Atta Zein Street in the camp.
Russian forces were also reportedly involved.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
The victims were named as:
Family members (2)