WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — Earlier in the day, the Russian General Staff said that more than 60 civilians were killed and 200 wounded in coalition airstrikes on Mosul residential districts during the last three days.
"We would require more specific information in order to determine if Coalition aircraft were involved in this alleged incident," the spokesperson stated. "If Russian authorities have further information on this allegation, we encourage them to share it with us to enable an investigation."
The spokesperson noted that the coalition takes all allegations of civilian casualties seriously and adheres to strict targeting processes.
Earlier in the day, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights spokesman Rupert Colville said the United Nations continued to receive reports of mass executions of civilians by Daesh militants in villages near Mosul.