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United States Troops Come Under Fire After Strikes in Syria

United States Troops Come Under Fire After Strikes in Syria

On Monday, US troops fired a rocket in Syria, but escaped injury, with seeming reprisals for a weekend of US air strikes in Syria and Iraq against Iranian aligned militias. A US Military Speaker said that US forces reacted to multiple rockets by fired at self-defense positions. Colonel Wayne Marotto commented: “There is no (U.S.) harm and damage is being assessed. “He didn’t say who was responsible for the U.S. military attack.

Sources in the East Syrian town of Deir al Zor said an Iranian militia group fired a few rounds of artillery in the neighborhood of Al Omar, which is controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces, with support from the United States. Sources in the East Syrian town of Deir al Zor said an Iranian militia group fired a few rounds of artillery in the neighborhood of Al Omar, which is controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces, with support from the United States. The risk of escalation was highlighted by the fire.

“In order to reduce the risk of escalation, but to send a clear and clear message of deterrence we took appropriate deliberate action,” Blinken said in Rome.

Iraqi militia groups aligned with Iran, said to have been killed in the Syria-Iraq border attack, in their statement named four members of the Kataib Sayyed al-Shuhada factions. They promised reprisals.

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