Six civilians including two children and three women died in airstrikes on Talmanas, according to local sources – though they are conflicted as to whether this was the work of Russia or the Assad regime, and there is also some confusion on the date of the incident.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that 17 civilians died as a result of “raids by warplanes believed to be Russian on Talmanas, al-Ftirah and Aafes“. It put the death toll in Talmanas at six, including one child and three women.
Three victims of a Russian strike were named by Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies.
Three further victims (from an alleged Russian strike) were named by Syrian Press Center.
According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights regime shelling killed at least three civilians – though they gave the date for this as a day earlier, February 9th, meaning that this could be a separate incident.
Al Souria also blamed the regime.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Safa Abdul Kafi A’awad Age unknown female Named by Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies killed
- Iman Abdul Kafi A’awad Age unknown female Named by Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies killed
- Maryam Abdul Kafi A’awad Age unknown female Named by Damascus Center for Human Rights Studies killed
- Mustafa Nidal Al Shawirdi Child male displaced from the city of Mork in Hama, named by Syrian Press Center killed
- Abdalkarim Nidal Al Shawirdi Age unknown male displaced from the city of Mork in Hama, named by Syrian Press Center killed
- Malak Kafi el Awad Age unknown male from Talmanas, named by Syrian Press Center killed
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Russian Armed Forces Assessment:
Original strike reports
Russia makes no public mention of having carried out strikes in Idlib for the period of February 10th – February 15th and published the following in response to civilian casualty allegations in the governorate during these dates: