The US Central Command is conducting credibility assessment of civilian casualties reports after a strike in the Syrian town of Al Jinahin the Aleppo province on Thursday, US Department of Defense spokesperson Capt. Jeff Davis said in a briefing.
On Friday, Davis told reporters the United States was unaware of any credible information on civilian casualties after a strike that targeted al-Qaeda terror group.
“Centcom is doing what they normally do, which is assessing the credibility of those allegations right now,” Davis said on Monday.
“What I told you Friday, that was based upon initial battle damage assessment…That initial assessment was zero…We are now going to go back and do this credibility assessment.”