A woman was killed and two civilians were reported injured in alleged Russian or Syrian regime airstrikes on Kafar Nabil, Idlib governorate, on July 21st, 2019, according to local sources.
The Syrian Civil Defence reported that aerial strikes had been targeting civilian houses in the city since the morning of July 21st.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that a woman was killed in alleged Russian airstrikes while Smart News Agency cited “two wounded by regime forces rocket-propelled grenade launchers from its sites north of Hamam, on the city of Kafar Nabil, south Idlib.”
Smart News Agency also reported “destroyed houses and shops in the city of Kafar Nabil, south of Idlib province, following the aerial bombardment of the Syrian regime forces over the residential areas in the city, causing damage to houses and property.”
Other sources did not specifically mention civilian harm. @HadiAlabdallah tweeted: “Five helicopters belonging to the Assad gangs take turns bombing the city of Kafar Nabil in the southern countryside of Idlib, intensively with barrel bombs!”
@IdlibPlus mentioned six airstrikes without naming a responsible belligerent. @jisirtv pointed to both Russia and the Syrian regime. Other sources attributed the attack to both the Syrian regime and Russian forces.
The local time of the incident is unknown.