A rescue worker with the Civil Defense service said the bodies of 31 people had been identified, with 12 more awaiting identification. Meanwhile, the Turkish news agency Anadolu reports 40 dead civilians. As reported, the air raid inflicted considerable material damage on the city. According to the report, debris removal is underway. Local authorities fear that the death toll may rise.
In turn, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights gave an initial death toll of 18 people including four children and "a leading opposition" member.
#Syria|n man mourns loss of a loved one killed in tday's #Russia|n airstrike on the rebel-held town of Ariha, Idlib. pic.twitter.com/P0Gn6KiZud
- Sakir Khader (@sakirkhader) 29 ноября 2015
Photos by REUTERS
As previously reported, Nov. 29, Russia's Air Force delivered an air strike on a market in the opposition-controlled city of Ariha (Idlib province).