Washington does not seek conflict with Tehran, President Biden says, but warns the country and its proxies should be prepared for US "to act forcefully to protect our people."
The US Central Command claims more than 3,000 assault rifles, 578,000 rounds of ammunition and 23 anti-tank guided missiles were recovered in the January 15 operation in the Gulf of Oman.
The social media giant bent rules to amplify US military propaganda, an investigation by The Intercept has claimed.
The death is the second of a Daesh leader following a February US raid in northwestern Syria that led to the death of Abu Ibrahim al Hashimi al Qurashi, the predecessor of the man killed last month.
The announcement of the upcoming deployment by CENTCOM chief Michael Kurilla comes after Israel and the United States blamed Iran for a drone strike off the coast of Oman this week.
Daesh leader Abu Hashum al Umawi and one more terror group member were killed in the country's northern region, US military's Central Command claims.
US forces struck using AH-64 Apache attack helicopters, AC-130 gunships and M777 artillery pieces, killing four enemy combatants, the US Central Command says.
American forces responded to attacks on two sites in Syria, destroying a couple of vehicles and equipment that was used to launch rockets, says US military's Central Command.
CENTCOM also extended condolences to the family of the terrorist killed in northern Syria on Friday.
Dynamics of geopolitics and Turkiye, Russia, US relations will decide the future of the embattled nation
A New York Times investigation found that the US military tried to hide the 2019 Syria strike, which “was one of the largest civilian casualty incidents of the war against Daesh” with 70 reported deaths.
CENTCOM aims to limit the imminent Turkish-Syrian operation in Syria, but its actions reflect a bigger problem in US civil-military relations.
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