One civilian was reported killed in airstrikes on Khan Al Subul, Idlib, on June 22nd.
Macro Media Centre and Syria.liveuamap alleged that “one civilian was killed and three others wounded in air raids on the city of Khan Al Subul”, while Edlib Media Centre initially reported that “a man and a woman were injured when a military aircraft targeted the town of Khan al-Subul, south of Idlib, with rockets.”
As understanding of the events unfolded, this same source, Edlib Media Centre documented “the martyrdom of a man who was wounded by a missile attack.”
EdlibNN said that one civilian was killed and six wounded.
Mohammed Mustafa Al Satuf reported the same casualty toll and added two raids were conducted by a Su-24 with six missiles. He said a child and a woman were among the wounded.
While four sources did not positively attribute blame for the attack, Shahba Press attributed the airstrike to the Syrian regime, while Step News named both Russian forces and the Syrian regime in reporting the incident.
The incident occured at 9:23 am local time.