A second round of airstrikes in less than 24 hours in Syria resulted in killing 9 more Iran-backed militias. A previous attack killed six militias also supported by Tehran, Syrian observatory group said late on Sunday.
At least six members of pro-Iranian militias in Syria, including four of Syrian nationalities, were killed overnight after an unidentified aircraft targeted Iranian bases in the eastern Syrian city of Deir ez-Zur, Syrian human rights observatory group reported.
Iraqi forces late on Thursday attacked a headquarters belonging to the powerful militia of Kataib Hezbollah, which is backed by Iran, and arrested more than a dozen militias including three commanders, Reuters cited local officials
Iran said it will hold an online conference with top Russian and Turkish officials on Syria amid a coronavirus pandemic.
Missiles that attacked a Saudi oil complex last year came from the Islamic Republic of Iran, the United Nations said in a confidential report, Bloomberg reported on Friday.
At least 12 members of a pro-Iranian militia in Syria were killed overnight after an unidentified aircraft targeted Iranian bases in the eastern Syrian city Deir ez-Zur, Syrian Human Right Survey Center reported.
A UK-based monitoring group in Syria said a strike on Sunday killed at least five Iran-backed forces in Syria, who were not Syrians. The nationality of the dead militants remained unknown.
The Arab League has slammed Iran’s ongoing interference in the internal affairs of Arab countries in a statement, saying that it poses a risk to the regional stability.
Unidentified warplanes hit a base in Syria on Saturday night, killing seven Iran-backed militias, a UK-based Syrian opposition war monitor group announced.
Monitor group reported on Tuesday that airstrikes believed to be Israeli targeted pro-Iran Shiite militias’ arm warehouses east of Aleppo in northern Syria and militia bases in Deir Ezzor in the east of the country late Monday.