Talbisseh30 September 2015
In Talbisseh, 17 civilians whose names Amnesty International has obtained, including three children, were killed, and at least 34 civilians were injured, in suspected Russian air strikes on Karama Street in the centre of Talbisseh. An 18th civilian fatality is suspected since the remains of one man were not identified among the scattered corpses and body parts. Civilian buildings, including a bakery, were badly damaged.
1 October 2015
On 1 October 2015, at around 11am, a suspected Russian air strike on the Omar Bin al- Khattab mosque in central Jisr al-Shughour, Idleb governorate, killed one civilian immediately, mortally wounded another and injured six more; Amnesty International has obtained the names of all eight individuals. According to one eyewitness interviewed by Amnesty International, there were no military casualties and no military targets in the vicinity, with the nearest checkpoint some 500m away.
7 October 2015
Five civilians, including two women, four of whose names have been obtained by Amnesty International, were killed on 7 October 2015 when a suspected Russian sea-launched cruise missile struck residential buildings in Darat Izza, Aleppo governorate. More than six residential buildings with at least a dozen homes were destroyed by the attack according to an eyewitness interviewed by Amnesty International as well as reports of human rights organizations.
15 October 2015
On 15 October 2015, at least 46 civilians including 32 children and 11 women, all of whose names have been obtained by Amnesty International, were killed by suspected Russian air strikes in al-Ghantu, Homs governorate. Most of the casualties had been sheltering in the basement of a civilian building. Many of those killed were from the same extended family and were related to a commander of a local armed group who was away at the time of the attack.
20 October 2015
On 20 October at around midday two missiles fired by suspected Russian warplanes struck the vicinity of Sermin field hospital in Idleb governorate, killing 13 civilians, whose names Amnesty International has obtained, and injuring 30 others. The first missile struck an empty school building some metres from the hospital and the second struck about 20m away. Physiotherapist Hassan Taj al-Din, a hospital guard and a Civil Defence first responder were among the fatalities of the second strike.
29 November 2015
On the morning of 29 November 2015, the public market in the centre of Ariha, Idleb governorate, was bustling with people buying and selling vegetables and fruit and other goods when it was struck with three missiles. Forty-nine civilians were killed and many others injured. One witness told Amnesty International that he spoke with a woman crying beside a line of dead bodies. Her husband and three children had just been killed and the body parts of her children were in bags. According to further testimony and audiovisual material, as well as the research of Syrian human rights defenders, there were no military targets in the vicinity.