One woman was killed and six to eight other civilians injured in airstrikes on the Karam al Bayk neighbourhood of Aleppo, according to local sources. While most reports allege that Russia was responsible, another blames the Assad regime.
Al Buraq named the victim and also reported that the Russian raids wounded eight other civilians.
Smart said one woman died and six other civilians were injured in two Russian raids, while Halab News Network published footage showing the first moments that Russian aviation allegedly struck the area.
Alan TV said that two Russian strikes coincided with bombing by regime aircraft.
Both Moltaq News Network and the Battle News Network referred to strikes by “vacuum missiles” but did not say who fired them. Moltaq added that most of those wounded were children.
A Tweet by Syria Post attributed the death of one woman to Russia.
However, the Violations Documentation Centre, who also named Fatima Shmarji, said that she was killed by regime shelling.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Fatima Shamarji 40 years old female named by Al Buraq and Damascus Centre for Human Rights Studies killed
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Original strike reports
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