Two men were killed and other civilians wounded, including children, following alleged Russian or Syrian regime airstrikes on the town of Kafarnaha, Aleppo on February 6th 2020, according to local media reports.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights reported: “The brothers Mustafa and Ibrahim Hamdou Abdul Qader were killed as fixed-wing warplanes we believe were Russian fired missiles on Kafar Naha village in the western suburbs of Aleppo governorate, on February 3.”
A correspondent with Baladi News said: “A Russian Air Force warplane targeted a residential house with a number of missiles in the vicinity of the town of Kafr Naha in the western countryside of Aleppo, this afternoon, Monday, killing two civilians on the spot and wounding four others, including children.” According to the source, Syrian Civil Defense teams removed victims from destroyed houses and transported them to field hospitals.
Four sources said civilians were injured in the strike.
Five of the sources accused Russia of carrying out the strikes. Four sources said it was either Russia or the Syrian regime.
The strikes reportedly targeted the outskirts of Kafr Naha, according to @HalabTodayTV.
The incident occured in the afternoon.