Damascus: Syria's state news agency says the US-led coalition has fired several missiles at Syrian army positions in the country's east, causing material damage.
The SANA report says the positions targeted on Sunday night, local time, are located in the Ghorab Mountains south of the eastern town of Sukhna.
A C-17 Globemaster III, assigned to combat airlift operations for US and coalition forces in Iraq and Syria earlier this year.Credit:US Air Force
There has been no immediate confirmation from the US-led coalition.
Such attacks by the US-led coalition against Syrian troops have been rare. In 2016, its warplanes bombed Syrian army positions in the eastern city of Deir el-Zour and killed dozens of soldiers.
The US-led coalition is said to have hit targets near Sukhnah, Syria, overnight.Credit:Google Maps
US troops have a base in Tanf in southern Syria near the Jordanian and Iraqi borders, and US troops are also in the country's north, near the border with Turkey.
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