Two Syrian Civil Defence volunteers were injured in alleged Russian or Syrian regime airstrikes on the town of Khan Al Subl, Idlib governorate, on January 28th, 2020, according to local sources.
SMART News Agency reported that the Syrian regime and Russia carried out air and artillery strikes on several cities and towns in Idlib governorate, among which Khan Al Subl.
Shaam News Network reported that two Syrian Civil Defence volunteers were wounded Russian airstrikes on the town. This was later confirmed by the Civil Defense, but no names or specific numbers were released.
The Baladi News Network reported that Khan Al Subl is among the densely populated villages specifically targeted by missiles and barrel bombs. According to the Syrian Civil Defense Response Coordination Team, these air strikes have led to the displacement of over ten thousand families.
Local sources along with Baladi News and the Syrian Civil Defense noted that the bombings were conducted by Russian warplanes.
The local time of the incident is unknown.