Two civilians were reported killed and another injured in alleged Russian forces or Syrian regime forces airstrikes on a market in Saraqib city center, or on displaced people in the outskirts of Saraqib on January 29th, 2020 according to local sources.
On January 29th, 2020, Edlib Media Center reported “A martyr and several wounded people, due to rocket attacks, targeting the market of the city of Saraqib, east of Idlib.”, but Step Agency said “One man was killed and two were wounded as a result of the Syrian regime forces’ warplanes targeting displaced civilians on the outskirts of Saraqeb.”
The Syrian Network for Human Rights reported that “Abdul Rahman Abdullah Kafrtouni was killed as Syrian regime fixed- wing warplanes fired missiles on the main market in the middle of Saraqeb city in the eastern suburbs of Idlib governorate, on January 29, 2020.”. On February 2nd 2020, the network said that another civilian died because of injuries sustained on January 29th in Saraqib city. “Mu’taz Adnan al Darwish died on February 2, due to wounds sustained on January 29th, as Syrian regime fixed- wing warplanes fired missiles on the main market in Saraqeb city in the eastern suburbs of Idlib governorate.”
Ariha Today said the shelling happened with ‘explosive container from a helicopter’ and @baladinetwork reported that barrel bombs were used in the attack.
@ShahbaPress, Macro Media Center, Edlib Media Center, Step Agency and Ariha Today blamed the Syrian regime while Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and Shaam Network blamed both Russia and the regime and @thawrat111 attributed the strikes to Russia.
The local time of the incident is unknown.