Between 12 and 47 civilians, likely from one family, reportedly died in an alleged Turkish shelling on Al Bab, Syria.
LCCSY reported that there was a total of 26 dead in Aleppo on that day, the majority of which in Aleppo and the rest in Al Bab.
The Syrian Network of Human Rights said that “19 civilians, including five children under the age of 18 and four females were killed in shelling by the Turkish forces and warplanes on areas in Al Bab city.”
Alaraby provided the highest toll with 47 civilians dead resulting from over 300 shells that fell on Al Bab. Additionally, 20 people were still expected to be under rubble.
Al Bab 24 reported 27 dead and 30 injured and listed the names.
It added that there might be more victims under the rubble.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
- Abdallah Hattab Age unknown male Killed while fleeing the city killed
- Ibtissam al Baqi Age unknown female Killed while fleeing the city killed
- Ahmad, son of Hajj Abdallah Abu Kasha Child Injured in Al Bab a few days ago killed
- Khalil Mansour Age unknown male killed
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Reports of the incident mention the city of Al Bab (الباب), for which the generic coordinates are: 36.371972, 37.51631. Due to limited satellite imagery and information available to Airwars, we were unable to verify the location further.