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The US military says an attack took place near an airfield in Syria, with one missile being fired without warning.
A statement from the Pentagon said that a Patriot Advanced Capability 3 (PAC-3) missile fired from the U.S.-led coalition in the region had failed to intercept the Syrian regime’s “sustained” missile attack, with one intercepted and two destroyed.
All of the other missiles involved in the incident were fired without warning by the Syrian regime to a location just inside the demilitarized zone in the eastern Syrian province of Deir al-Zor, the Pentagon said. The missiles hit “the buildings and grounds” of nearby “terrorist-controlled” buildings and barracks, killing two civilians, the statement read.
US and Russian warplanes carried out the attacks this week, and Russia’s airbase around Palmyra was also attacked.
In total, the Pentagon says that 14 missiles have been fired from coalition-controlled territory to the Syrian-controlled Deir al-Zor province this week using Patriot Missiles, and that they have all failed to reach the Syrian regime’s designated targets.
This post will be updated to reflect additional information.
In another incident, the US confirmed that its forces had entered Iranian territory overnight Saturday in response to an airstrike targeting Iranian soldiers.
“We can confirm that an unmanned aircraft operated in Iran violated the airspace and entered areas inside Iran’s territorial waters after midnight local time on June 17,” Pentagon Spokesperson Michael Rein said on Monday.
Earlier this week, Iran said it was not planning any military operations in Syria.
“The statement issued in Farsi by the commander of the Iranian Navy’s Northern Fleet yesterday on Thursday was not meant in any way to suggest that Iranian forces were planning military operations in the area of Syria and Iraq,” Rear Admiral Ali Fadavi told the IRNA news agency on Saturday.
“We will not tolerate any violations,” he said.
A senior Iranian General stated on Sunday in response
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