Three to four civilian children and one woman were killed in an airstrike on Baza’a, according to local sources – though one report says that they were killed by the regime.
The Shaam News Network published a news roundup in which they said that “Russian enemy planes carried out raids on Al Bab, the town of Baza’aa, the village of Qasr al Buraij, and a farm near the town of Kabassin, which led to the fall of many martyrs and the wounded.”
According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights, at least three non-combatants (all children) died when “suspected” Russian warplanes fired missiles on the town of Baza’a.
Al Jisr TV reported that a woman and her four children died in a Russian strike.
According to Eye on the City Albab, the daughter of Ibrahim al-Mohammad alSweid and her four children were killed, and others injured, in an airstrike, though the source did not say who carried it out.
However, the Violations Documentation Centre named four victims as killed by regime shelling.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
The victims were named as:
Family members (5)
Sources (6) [ collapse]
from sources (1) [ collapse]
Russian Military Assessment:
Original strike reports
In its military report published on 25th January, the Kremlin said: “In the course of the last three days, January 22-24, aircraft of the Russian aviation group in the Syrian Arab Republic performed 169 combat sorties engaging 484 objects of terrorists’ infrastructure…crews of Tu-22M3 long-range bombers performed 18 combat sorties from the territory of the Russian Federation in order to engage manpower and hardware of the ISIS near Deir ez-Zor on January 22-24. Flight range reached more than 2,000 kilometers.“