Daesh attacks Syrian army positions after international coalition raid
Daesh terrorists attacked the Syrian Army positions shortly after a coalition airstrike in north-eastern Deir ez-Zor province on Saturday, Trend reported citin Sputnik.
According to Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), most of the terrorists who launched the attack were fleeing the village of Baguz, which was destroyed by the Syrian Army.
The attack came hours after a Syrian military source told Sputnik on Sunday that the US-led international coalition had carried out an airstrike on an army artillery mount located near the eastern Syrian city of Abu Kamal.
"At around 23:30 local time [Saturday, 21:30 Saturday GMT] the aircraft of the international coalition conducted an airstrike on the artillery mount of our forces operating in As Sukkariya region to the west of Abu Kamal… As a result of the airstrike, the mount was destroyed and two servicemen were injured," the source said.