Major Holes In Russia’s Narrative On Airstrike Against UN Convoy; Witnesses Describe The Carnage

As we have been reporting, the Russian narrative about last night’s airstrike against a UN aid convoy in southwestern Aleppo province has several problems. First, the Kremlin’s narrative has changed. Initially they claimed that there was no sign of an airstrike, and that the vehicles had spontaneously combusted (see updates below).

Since then, the Russian Ministry of Defense has released a video which reportedly shows a truck towing an artillery piece near the aid convoy.

We have now geolocated the new video to this location, and we can prove that this vehicle was miles away from the location that the UN convoy was bombed. Furthermore, eyewitnesses and the Russian military’s own video evidence suggest that the Russian drone followed the UN convoy for hours before helicopters repeatedly struck the convoy.


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