An unknown number of civilians was reportedly injured in alleged Russian airstrikes on the village of Nasib, Dara’a governorate, on July 5th, 2018, according to Step Agency.
Step News reported that “Russian warplanes intensified raids since the morning on the liberated neighbourhoods of the city of Dar’aa and the towns of Naseeb and Um Al Mayathen in the eastern countryside of Dara’a, leaving wounded and serious damage.” The source did not verify whether the wounded fell specifically in the village of Nasib.
@HadiAlabdallah tweeted that Russian warplanes intensified shelling “on the liberated areas of Dara’a and launching airstrikes on the town of Naseeb and Al Naima, east of Dara’a, the city of Tafas, west of Dara’a, and the neighbourhoods of the Dara’a country.”
All sources blamed Russia for the airstrikes, except for @omar_hariri_dr, who wrote that the Syrian regime and Russia were responsible for the heavy bombing campaign on Dara’a governorate, mentioning several towns. Because the source is summarising events and does not specifically say which belligerent conducted the strike on Nasib, while other sources all report that it was a Russian strike, Airwars graded the strike status of this incident as likely. The civilian harm status remains weak, as only Step Agency reported possible civilian casualties.
The local time of the incident is unknown.