One to two civilians including a child were reported killed in airstrikes on the outskirts of Ma’aret Al Nu’man, Idlib, on June 26th.
Along with other sources citing similar figures, Syria.liveuamap stated that “two civilians were killed and others wounded on the outskirts of Ma’arat al-Nu’man as a result of the targeting of their homes by air strikes.” Meanwhile, Edlib Media Centre documented “a martyr and several wounded” in the air raids.
Orient News said: “A civilian was killed and five others were wounded, when Assad militia warplanes bombed the outskirts of the city of Maarat al-Numan, south of Idlib.”
Listing the incident, Step News reported that “a number of civilians were killed Wednesday as a result of renewed aerial and land bombardment of the Idlib countryside,” citing “air raids and artillery shelling carried out by the Assad regime and Russia.” Meanwhile three other sources attributed the attack to the Syrian regime, and four other sources did not positively attribute blame.
Muhammad Salhab and Baladi News said two were killed and five injured.
Horrya added that “major damage to properties” occurred because of the strikes.
The local time of the incident is unknown.