Two women were wounded by alleged Russian or Syrian regime artillery shelling on Mourek, 27 kilometres north of Hama, on January 23rd, according to local media.
Smart News Agency reported that two women had been injured by artillery shelling on the city of Mourek. Ahmad Makhad, from the media department with the Syrian Civil Defence, stated that “the Russian troops stationed in the camp of the village of Kubaybat al Huda targeted the city with heavy artillery, wounding two women lightly. [The women] were taken to a nearby medical point.”
While most sources blamed Russia, Baladi reported: “Regime forces used artillery and rocket launchers on the towns and villages of Kafrzita and Altamna and Mourek and Janaibah and Mork and Hawiz, resulting in the injury of a number of civilians”.
The local time of the incident is unknown.