At least eight of non-Syrian citizens killed in air strikes targeted Iranian-backed militia’s armories and vehicles at the Syrian-Iraqi border
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented casualties as a result of air strikes, which targeted Iranian-backed militias at the Syrian-Iraqi border, Friday morning, where at least eight people of non-Syrian citizens were killed in the air strikes.
The attack carried out by unknown drones, targeted armories and vehicles of Iran’s proxies Popular Mobilization Forces in Al-Bukamal area on the Syrian-Iraqi border, The death toll is likely to rise as there is a large number of wounded, some in serious condition, further fatalities were reported.
Yesterday, The Syrian Observatory reported that the movements of Iranian-backed militias were monitored by drones in the region.
Reliable source informed SOHR that the Russian president told the head of the Syrian regime Bashar al-Assad about the United States intention to close Tehran-Beirut road, which passes through Albu Kamal.
The Syrian Observatory reported, on Thursday evening, that unidentified drones shelled Al-Jala town and Al-Abbas village, in rural al-BuKamal.