35 IS terrorists killed in the US attack on Syria; Syrian regime demands enquiry

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Beirut: Russia had raised questions over the US military deployment in Syria and had blamed the United States in the last week, of connivance with the terrorists. The United States has answered these Russian allegations by carrying out attacks on the terrorists in Syria. 35 IS terrorists have been killed in the attack carried out by the United States in the eastern part of Syria. But the Assad regime in Syria has alleged that 62 civilians have been killed in the United States attacks and has demanded an enquiry by the United Nations.

US-attack-SyriaFighter jets of the United States and Arab allies carried out attacks on the Hajin city in Syria, two days ago. 27 terrorists were killed in the attack on an IS base in the Hajin city, informed the human rights organisation in Syria. 7 more IS terrorists were killed in an attack by the US supported Syrian Democratic Forces, following the air attack.

The Syrian Human Rights Organisation informed that this is not the first action taken by the militaries of the United States and its allies. Since the 10th of September, 414 terrorists and 227 rebels have been killed in the actions taken by the United States, its allies and Syrian rebels, claimed the Human Rights Organisation. The Human Rights Organisation also said that there was a major action taken by the United States last month in the Euphrates river region.

The Assad government has objected to these attacks by the United States. Syria has alleged that 62 civilians were killed in the attacks by the Untied States and allies. As per the information given by the Syrian government’s mouthpiece, there are 15 women and children among those killed. The Syrian government has claimed that innocent Syrian citizens are being killed in the United States’ action and has demanded an enquiry by the Untied Nations. But the United States has dismissed the Syrian allegations.

US-Turkey to start joint patrolling in Syria

Al-Udeid:  The tension raging between the United States and Turkey since the last few months, over the action against the Kurdish rebels seems to be diffusing. The United States announced that the militaries of the United States and Turkey will carry out joint patrolling in northern Syria.

Joseph Wattle, the chief of the US Central Command informed that the joint patrolling of the United States and the Turkish military will start in the Manjib region of Syria. General Wattle said that this discussion had been concluded by the officials of the United States and Turkey in the month of June.

Turkey had withdrawn from the joint military campaign with the United States, as the United States had supported the Kurds in the Syrian conflict. Thereafter, Turkey had begun to increase military cooperation with Russia.

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