Another US airstrike targets pro-government forces near Syrian crossing: video

2017/05/19 | 15:20

(Iraq News)-

BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:10 P.M.) – The U.S.

Coalition carried out another airstrike against a group of pro-government Iraqi paramilitary fighters near the Syrian border-crossing, Iraq’s Afaq TV reported yesterday.

According to the Afaq report, members of the Iraqi paramilitary unit, Sayyed Al-Shuhada Regiment, were attacked, yesterday, by the U.S.

Coalition near the Albukamal Border-Crossing in the Deir Ezzor Governorate.

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The report added that at least one Sayyed Al-Shuhada fighter was killed and another six were badly injured by the U.S.

attack near Albukamal.

The Sayyed Al-Shuhada Regiment is part of the Popular Mobilization Units (Hashd Al-Sha’abi); they have participated in several offensives that have been backed by the U.S.

military.

This attack was under reported because of the large strike by the U.S.

Coalition on a Syrian military convoy near the Tanf Border-Crossing in southeast Homs.

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