Between two and six civilians including one woman and one girl died when the remains of a bombed exploded in the village of Al Jneina.
The Violations Documentation Center listed two unidentified adult male victims, and said that they died from an explosion of remnants of a cluster bombed that had been dropped by Russia. Deir Ezzor is Being Slaughtered Silently also reported that it was the remains of cluster bombs – “which are being fired constantly by Russian planes” – that caused the deaths, though said the incident happened “yesterday“, which would place it on March 10th.
Three other sources also put the death toll at two and blamed a Russian cluster bomb explosion. The Syrian Network for Human Rights put the death toll at six, but said that the cause was an “unknown source landmine“.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
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Russian Armed Forces Assessment:
Original strike reports
Russia has published no known record of strikes in Syria for March 1st to March 30th.