Three young men were killed in alleged Russian or Syrian regime airstrikes on the city of Al Harak, Dara’a governorate, on June 27th, 2018, according to local sources. An unknown number of civilians was wounded.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights reported that “at least three civilians were killed as Syrian/Russian warplanes fired missiles on al Harak city in Dara’a governorate northeastern suburbs, on June 27, 2018.”
Nazem Al Kasabra identified the victims as Nashat Hafez Al Khairat, Bayan Samer Al Kasabra and Awwad Ayman Awwad Al Kasabra, adding that “a number of wounded were lightly injured.” The Syrian Human Rights Committees reported the same names.
@abode125 tweeted that helicopters targeted the city with barrel bombs.
Masrawy news reported that “Syrian and Russian warplanes launched more than 100 raids on the towns of Busra Al Sham, Al Harak and Al Musifra in the eastern countryside of Dara’a.” Step News Agency and the Syrian Committee for Human Rights also blamed both Russia and the Syrian regime for the airstrike. Shaam News Agency pointed to Russia as the belligerent.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
The victims were named as:
Family members (2)
- Nashat Hafez Al Khairat Adult male killed