Air strikes on Iranian regime militias’ headquarters in Syria reportedly killed four people in an air raid on Iranian regime militias in eastern Syria last night. An unidentified aircraft attacked Iraqi forces’ headquarters in Albu Kamal, Syria, media reported.
State-run media outlets of the Young Journalists Club wrote: “Informed sources have heard the sound of explosions in Syria’s northern border with Iraq’s al Qaeda.”
According to al-Sharq al-Awsat, on Sunday night, bases belonging to Iranian-backed militias were attacked in eastern Syria, near the Iraqi border. The attacks included targets at the Albukmal base in eastern Syria near the Iraqi border in Deir ez-Zor, which also belonged to Iranian regime militias, including Hezbollah in Iraq.
Al-Arabiya reports that the attacks have reported fatalities and injuries.