U.N. sources say the U.K. and the U-S.

are the only two countries to have confirmed the deaths of three Syrian soldiers and a civilian in northern Syria.

The U-N.

and Syria’s state news agency SANA have identified the three as Syrian Army General Ibrahim al-Majdalawi, Army Colonel Abdul-Hamid al-Khatib and Army General Mahmoud al-Qahtani.

The Syrian Army has said its forces killed the three soldiers and al-Jtaib.

U.KS. officials say the three were killed in an attack on a convoy that was headed for the Turkish border town of Akcakale on Oct. 22.

The attack reportedly involved several armored vehicles.

The rebels claim Majdalawi and al Qahtian were killed while the U.-S.

claim al-Safad al-Tawhid Brigades, a rebel group allied to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), were killed.

The death toll from the attack is unclear.

In the last few weeks, U. S. and Russian warplanes have pounded ISIL positions and facilities in the Idlib province.

Russia has been supporting the Syrian government since the beginning of the war and Russia has deployed more than 2,400 troops to Syria in the last two years.

A number of Russian war planes have bombed Syrian targets and helicopters have been used to bomb rebel positions.

Associated Press reporter Zeinab Haidar in Istanbul contributed to this report.

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