Three civilians, including two children, were killed and seven others were injured in alleged Russian or Syrian regime airstrikes on the city of Binnish, Idlib governorate, on June 10th, 2018, according to local sources.
Syrian Reporter wrote that “Russian airstrikes resulted in the death of a child and the injury of others, in the city of Binnish, and the outbreak of civil property fires, which the Civil Defence Team – White Helmets – managed to extinguish, despite the warplanes continuing to fly in the airspace of the region. Meanwhile, a double raid caused great damage to the city’s main market.”
Smart News Agency reported that “a child was killed and seven civilians were wounded by airstrikes that are likely to be Russian on the city of Binnish north of Idlib.”
The Violations Documentation Center of Syria reported that the children Amina Jarjanazi and Mustafa Khaled Zaqzaq were killed in the airstrikes. Firas Al Ahmed reported on Facebook that Imad Abdul Karim Al Sadiq was also killed.
@SyriaCivilDefe tweeted: “The civil defence teams recovered the body of the child martyr, Amina Jarjnazi, in addition to [providing] aid for seven wounded civilians, after airstrikes by the regime forces’ warplanes on the city of Binnish.”
Qassioun reported that “two civilians were killed and more than 15 others wounded by regime’s airstrikes on the city of Binnish and the town of Ram Hamdan in the northern Idlib countryside, and civil defence teams are still recovering victims from the rubble.”
Whereas most sources blamed the Syrian regime for the airstrikes, the Local Coordination Committees of Syria, Smart News Agency and Syrian Reporter blamed Russian forces.
According to Step News, Syrian regime’s military had reported that “the Syrian Air Force is carrying out a series of raids on the positions and movements and centres of armed men in Binnish, Ram Hamdan and Brouma in Idlib.”
The local time of the incident is unknown.