Between two and three civilians were reported injured during alleged Russian airstrikes on the city of Andan in the northern countryside of Aleppo on February 5th, 2020.
Regarding civilian harm, Jirs TV, Masar Press and others tweeted that “Civilians were wounded by the bombing of the Russian occupation warplanes on the city of [Andan], north of Aleppo.” Step New agency and the Syrian Civil Defence said that three civilians sustained injuries after Russian warplanes attacked the town of Andan with vacuum missiles. According to a tweet from Sy24ria there were children among the injured.
Aside from alleged civilian harm, multiple sources, including the Syrian civil Defence and @sahl1991, reported widespread material damage to residential neighborhoods and civilian homes. The Syrian Network for Human Rights mentioned that the Hamzah Bin Abd al Muttaled Mosque was damaged during the attack on Andan.
All sources attributed the airstrikes on Andan on February 5, 2020 to the Russian armed forces. The correspondent of Step News Agency in Aleppo, Hadeel Al-Mohammed, said that Russian warplanes targeted Andan with vacuum missiles.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights added that “fixed-wing warplanes we believe were Russian fired missiles near Hamzah Bin Abd al Muttaleb Mosque in Andan city in the northern suburbs of Aleppo governorate, partially damaging its building, on February 5.”
The incident occured in the evening.