Eight civilians were wounded, including a woman, in an alleged regime or Russian airstrike on a market in Saraqib on August 28, 2019, local media said.
According to Smart, “On August 28, 2019, eight civilians were injured when regime warplanes bombarded the city of Saraqeb near Idlib in northern Syria. A medical source in the city said that eight civilians were wounded as a result of the aerial bombardment. Local sources said that the regime warplanes were responsible for the bombing”.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights reported: “Syrian regime fixed- wing warplanes fired missiles on the local market in the middle of Saraqeb city in the eastern suburbs of Idlib governorate, severely damaging several shops and the market’s facilities, on August 28.”
A tweet by @NEDAAPOST reported ” 8 wounded, including a woman, by the bombing of “Saraqib”.
A video posted by @zamanalwsl shows the destruction caused by the strikes and White Helmets rescuing survivors from the rubble.
Sources were split as to who was responsible for the airstrikes, with tweets from @ala_hacioglu and @baladinetwork attributing the strikes to Russia while Syria TV blamed regime forces.
The local time of the incident is unknown.