Civilians were possibly killed and/or injured in alleged Russian or Syrian regime airstrikes on the town of Ma’arat Misreen on June 10th, 2018, according to local sources.
The Local Coordination Committees of Syria reported that there were “martyrs and wounded civilians as a result of raids by the military aircraft of the regime and Russia on the cities and towns of Taftanaz, Ma’arat Misreen, Binnish, Ram Hamdan and the church of Bani Ezz north of Idlib.”
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that “about 29 people were injured in the air raids on Binnish, Taftanaz, Ta’oum, Ma’arat Misreen, Ram Hamdan, Ariha, and Kanisat Bani Ezz, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some people in a critical situation.”
Syrian Reporter wrote that “a civilian was killed and others were wounded in the town of Ram Hamdan and Mazare’ Brouma near the city of Maarat Misrin in Idlib countryside, after violent raids by the Russian air force.”
It is unclear how many civilians were killed and/or injured specifically in the city of Ma’arat Misreen on June 10th, 2018. Whereas some sources, such as Qasioun News, blamed the Syrian regime for the airstrikes, Syrian Reporter blamed Russia. The Local Coordination Committees of Syria pointed to both Russia and the Syrian regime as the belligerent.
The local time of the incident is unknown.