Unidentified aircraft strikes Iranian militia sites in Syria

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Violent explosions resounded in the farms area near Syria’s city of Al-Mayadin in the countryside of Deir ez-Zor, as a result of bombing by an unidentified aircraft on Iranian militia sites in the western Euphrates region, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported.

Explosions were also heard at the Syrian-Iraqi border, near Al-Bukamal, as a result of bombing by an unknown aircraft.

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No information has been received about casualties so far.

The sources of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights had reported last week that the Iranian Revolutionary Guards militia had moved Iranian-made “Burkan H2” missiles from a militia’s weapons depot near the archaeological area of al-Shibli in the Al-Mayadin desert, east of Deir ez-Zor, and transported them via trucks.

The Syrian Observatory had documented two weeks ago, the killing of 3 people from the Iraqi “Popular Mobilization” militia, as a result of air targeting at the Syrian-Iraqi border.

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