Media reported the deaths of 14 civilians in Syria at the impact of the US coalition
In Northern Syria during an airstrike by the U.S.-led coalition killed at least 14 civilians, according to TV channel Al Mayadeen.
Details of the incident and other circumstances of the incident, the publication does not specify.
Thus, according to the channel Al Arabiya, the airstrikes were conducted in the province of Hama. There, according to the newspaper, was struck by the center of the Syrian civil defense organization for the protection and rescue of civilians, more known as “white helmets”. This area, according to TV channel, hold the “Syrian rebels”. In the incident, told Al Arabiya the opposition of Syria, killing eight members of the white helmets.
Airstrike, as noted, the channel, for the rescuers who operate in rebel-controlled Syrian regions, became one of the most “deadly”
The London-based Syrian monitoring centre for human rights, in turn, said that the death toll is likely to rise.
However, who exactly made air strikes, as noted by Al Arabiya, at the moment not clear. Ham, as recalled by the publication, in recent weeks has been the scene of intense fighting, as Syrian government troops trying to move from their position to the rebels.
Earlier, on 7 April, the US launched a missile attack on a military base the Syrian government forces in HOMS province. The blow was struck with cruise missiles “Tomahawk” by order of the American leader Donald trump, who later explained that these actions were in response to a chemical attack in Idlib on April 4.
In the involvement of the US authorities accused the “regime” of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. However, official Damascus all allegations of possible involvement in the chemical attack were denied, stating that “the Syrian military never used and don’t use chemical weapons”.