Between two and three civilians, including as many as two children and a woman, were reported injured in airstrikes on Saraqib, Idlib, on August 21st, 2019.
Syria Civil Defense and Edlib Media Center documented “three wounded, including two children, after warplanes targeted the city of Saraqib, east of Idlib with rockets.” A tweet from @NEDAAPOST also reported three civilians wounded, including two children and a woman.
A tweet from @jisrtv reported that two civilians were wounded in the bombing.
Xeber24 referred to those killed in the bombings as “militants and civilians loyal to Turkey.”
Shaam News stated that “regime warplanes targeted several popular market [with] missiles in the city center of Saraqib, causing civilian casualties and significant damage to the market facilities.” An image posted by @abd9722 and a video posted by @mahmoudalbakor1 shows the damage to the market, with food and other goods scattered on the ground. A tweet by @NEDAAPOST refers to the market as “Al-Hal market.”
Sources variously attributed the attack to Russian forces and the Syrian regime. A tweet by @abd9722 identified the plane that bombed the market as a Al-Asadi Air MiG-23 .
The local time of the incident is unknown.