Four or five civilians, reportedly from the same family, died in an airstrike on Sukariya and Muhmil in rural Idlib, according to local media. All but one source blamed Russia.
Syria Mirror: reported: “Russian warplanes launched several air strikes with rocket-propelled grenades at communities in the village of Sukariya in the eastern countryside of the city of Jisr al-Shughur, killing four people and injuring a number of people, including serious cases, which indicate the high toll of victims”.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights put the death toll at “five civilians from the same family including two children and two women – killed in suspected Russian warplanes”.
However, the White Helmets said that four civilians were killed from regime barrel bombs. White Helmets – regime barrel bombs
The Violations Documentation Centre named five civilians killed in Russian shelling. It says the victims were from Sukariya, but no mention is given on where they were killed, so it could be a different location.
The local time of the incident is unknown.
The victims were named as:
Family members (5)