Local sources reported about continued airstrikes in al-Sakhour, Aleppo, that killed up to five civilians, including one child and wounded up to four. Sources were constesting regarding the cultprit, pointing to both the Assad regime and Russia.
Shaam News Network, reported “For the eighth day in a row Assad’s and Russian aircraft continue to pour their lava on residential neighborhoods in the city of Aleppo, causing dozens of massacres“. Its initial report said one civilian died, later revising the death toll to five.
Abarah Press said “two people were killed and several wounded by aerial bombardment by three rockets on Al-sakhur neighborhood east of the city.” And Qasioun news reported that Syrian and Russian warplanes had targeted the “Al-Mash’had, Alsakhur neighborhoods, and Kallaseh, Al-Sukari, Bustan Al-Qaser, Alqaterji, and Marjeh”, which left many casualties and led to the destruction of property.
There was some confusion over who was responsible for the raids. In a later report, Qasioun news blamed only Russia, saying that the “Russian warplanes bombardment circle was expanded to affect neighbourhoods (Al-Mash’had, Alsakhur, and Kallaseh) in the city of Aleppo, causing significant destruction of civilian property, without news of casualties.”
In a tweet, Damascus Coordinate named one of the killed civilians as Abdul-Kader Mohammed Al-Masri (13 years), saying that the child “was killed and four were injured in an air raid on Al-Sakhur.”
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Abdul-Kader Mohammed Al-Masri 13 years old male
- Name unknown Age unknown
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Russian Armed Forces Assessment:
Original strike reports
The Kremlin has issued no public accounts of airstrikes in Syria from April 1st – 30th.