Six civilians, including four women and a child, were injured in alleged Russian or Syrian regime air or artillery strikes on the village of Bazabour, Idlib governorate, on June 9th, 2019, according to local sources.
@ShahbaPress reported that “six civilians, including a girl and four women, were wounded as a result of the Assad forces’ bombing of cluster missiles on the village of Bazabour in the southern countryside of Idlib.”
The Syrian Civil Defence in Idlib also reported: “Six civilians, including a child and four women, were wounded in the village of Bazabur, as a result of the bombing of two rockets loaded with cluster bombs targeting the outskirts of the village.”
According to Haseeb Deeb on Facebook, the sounds of the explosions were heard throughout the city of Idlib.
Nearly all sources pointed to the Syrian regime as the responsible belligerent, but Shaam News Network blamed Russia, writing that “Russian aircraft launched airstrikes in the middle of artillery and missile attacks” on several towns, including Bazabour.
The local time of the incident is unknown.