One civilian male was reported killed and 17 others, including 11 children, were injured in alleged Russian or Syrian regime airstrikes on Al Tamana’a, Idlib governorate, on August 10th, according to local sources.
Baladi News stated that “the raids caused the martyrdom of one civilian as a preliminary outcome, and wounded 17 others, including 11 children and three women, found by civil defence teams who took them immediately to medical points.” The Syrian Network for Human Rights, among other sources, identified the fatality as Bayan Abdullah Ulwan.
@ahmadalsoury1 reported “a civilian martyr and 17 other injuries, most of them children and women, as a result of Russian and Assad warplanes bombing the outskirts of the town of Al Tamana’a, south of Idlib.” According to @syr_television, one civilian died and 11 children were injured in alleged Russian shelling.
@HalabTodayTV wrote that “a civilian was killed and 17 others were wounded, most of them women and children, as a result of a raid by the Russian warplanes on the town of Tamanah in the southern countryside of Idlib.” According to @EyadHoms20, a man was killed, and 11 children, three women and three men were wounded.
Smart News reported that “Russian warplanes carried out four airstrikes on farms in the town, killing one civilian and wounding 17 others, including 11 children and three women. The raids targeted a cave near the farm where families were sheltering.”
According to Baladi News, “a warplane belonging to the Russian Air Force launched four consecutive raids with high-explosive missiles, targeting the town of Al Tamana’a and the surrounding farms in the southern countryside of Idlib.”
@abuhuzaifa_ wrote that the incident took place around noon.
Nearly all sources reported that Russia was responsible for the strikes, but @ahmadalsoury1 blamed Russia and the Syrian regime, while Rok Online only pointed to the Syrian regime.
The incident occured around midday.
- Bayan Abdullah Ulwan Adult male killed