A child was killed in alleged Russian or Syrian regime airstrikes on the village of Al Halouba, Idlib governorate, on July 27th, 2019, according to local sources.
Edlib Media Center reported “the death of a child and the injury of a child as a result of an airstrike by the military regime on the town of Al Haloubi south of Idlib.”
According to HalabTodayTV’s correspondent, “a child was killed and others were injured as a result of warplanes targeting the Al Halouba farm on the outskirts of Kafr Awaid in the southern countryside of Idlib.” The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights blamed the Syrian regime for the strikes.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights identified the victim as the 7-year-old boy Othman Ahmad Al Ohmad, who was “killed as fixed-wing Syrian regime warplanes fired several missiles on Mazra’et al Halouba area near Kafr Aweed village in Idlib governorate southern suburbs, on July 27.”
Orient News wrote that a civilian was killed and that a child had been wounded in airstrikes on the village. Smart News Agency wrote that, based on activists’ reports, there were “killed and wounded by aerial bombardment of aircraft of the war regime on the village of Al Halouba south of the city of Idlib.”
While nearly all sources blamed the Syrian regime for the airstrikes, Justice Organization blamed both Russia and the Syrian regime.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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