‘Suicide drone attack’ targets US military base Al-Tanf in Syria’s Homs – reports — RT World News

The US base at Al-Tanf, in Syria’s southern Homs province, has reportedly come under attack by either missiles or a drone. No casualties were reported, and the US Central Command blamed “Iranian-backed militias.”

The attack was reported online on Wednesday at 10:05 PM. “suicide drone”Multiple aircraft. Sky News Arabia was told by a CENTCOM military officer that the base had been targeted. “missile strikes”There were also no casualties.

“Initial assessments” suspect “Iranian-backed militias,”The official stated that an investigation was ongoing. also available
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Another report claimed that multiple drones attacked the base from the direction the Iraq-Syria border. Talk also suggested that warplanes struck targets in the desert surrounding, however those seem to have been US fighter jets planning a counterattack.

Another unconfirmed report said that a militia contacted the US-led Coalition against Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) and warned of the impending attack, prompting the base’s evacuation.

Al-Tanf’s base was established in 2016 to allow for training “moderate rebels”Protest against Damascus’ government. There are 200 US soldiers deployed in the area, according to reports. They support Revolutionary Commando Army Maghawir al-Thawra.

In the same area is Rukban refugee camp, which borders Jordan and Iraq. Syria condemned the US presence in its territory as an act of aggression and denounced all US troops. also available
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