Two civilians – both reportedly women – died and up to 20 more were wounded in an alleged Russia airstrike on a camp for displaced persons in Kafr A’mem, according to multiple local sources.
Edlib Media Center reported: “Two women were killed and about 20 others were injured, mostly children, when the Russian occupation aircraft targeted a camp near the town of Kafrish, east of Sarakib, at dawn on Wednesday [March 13th].”
According to Sarayarabic, “the official page of the civil defense in Idlib targeted that two Russian warplanes loaded with four rockets struck a camp for the displaced east of the town of Sarakib in the town of Kafr El-Askar. The source said the civil defense team worked to transfer the injured to medical points and then transferred them to other specialised hospitals. The martyrs were under the rubble of a house they were sheltering in next to their camp.”
The Shaam News Network said that “several” were wounded in addition to the two reported killed.
The local time of the incident is unknown.