Fearing new attacks | Iranian Revolutionary Guards militia mobilize and evacuate military headquarters in Deir Ezzor
Deir Ezzor province: SOHR activists have reported that the Iranian Revolutionary Guards militia started evacuated several of its military headquarters in Al-Bo Kamal city in eastern Deir Ezzor countryside, amid a state of mobilization among members of the militia and spreading in the streets in fear of repeated airstrikes.
This coincided with the flight of unknown drones over the reigon.
Earlier today, an unidentified reconnaissance aircraft carried out a third round of airstrikes in less than 24 hours, targeting an oil tanker loaded with weapons and ammunition of Iranian-backed militias. The tanker exploded in Al-Suwayyah town in Al-Bokamal countryside, east of Deir Ezzor, killing one person in an initial death toll.
Accordingly, the death toll from Iranian-backed militiamen of non-Syrian nationalities rises to 11, including a leader, in three rounds of airstrikes, which began last Sunday night, January 29.
This morning, an Iranian-backed militia leader and two of his non-Syrian escorts were killed in renewed airstrikes by drones. The leader’s four-wheel drive pickup vehicle was targeted while the leader was inspecting the targeting site last night in Al-Ostorah Square in Al-Hari town in Al-Bokamal countryside.