Three civilians – a woman and her two sons (one of whom was a child) died in an alleged Russian airstrike on Al Tah the first hours of dawn on August 29, 2019, local media reported.
According to the Shaam News Network, “Russian warplanes targeted al-Tah town in the southern countryside of Idlib, leaving three martyrs, a mother and two of her sons, as they attempted to enter the town at night to remove part of their belongings that they left behind”.
Edlib Media Centre also said three civilians died but it said that they were two men and one woman.
According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights, Russian forces killed two brothers and their mother in al Tah village in Idlib. The child Adel Abdul Rahman Fahd al Barrouk and his brother Hamoud were killed along with their mother Amna al Sultan as fixed- wing warplanes we believe were Russian fired missiles on al Tah village in the southern suburbs of Idlib governorate, on August 29.”
Smart reported “three dead and two wounded from one family”.
A tweet from @MMCSYR reported “Three martyrs, including a woman, and the wounding of a man.”
A post by Hasan Al Agha on Facebook identified the casualties as “the martyrdom of two brothers and their mother and the injury of their third brother and their father.”
Most sources attributed the strikes to Russian forces while Geiroon and a Facebook post by Aks Al Sear reported that regime planes were responsible.
The incident occured around dawn.