Unmanned combat aerial vehicles carried out an attack on a convoy of trucks carrying arms from Iraq to Syria's eastern Deir ez-Zor province.
The rocket fire targeted the surrounding Green Village area where US forces are stationed in the oilfield, which is under the occupation of the YPG/PKK terror groups.
Local sources said that dozens of soldiers were airdropped in the PKK-controlled city of Al-Busayrah.
According to regional experts, Tel-Aviv wants to limit Iran’s efficiency in the region by attacking territories in Syria.
Experts find the Arab League's statement against Turkey's anti-terror operation in northern Iraq, bereft of regional knowledge.
Experts argue that Washington is likely to end up hurting its own policies if it does not intervene and stop its allies in northern Syria from a resource grab.
The United Nations said some 3,000 people fled Syria’s northeastern province of Deir Ezzor last week, but at least 84 people, most of them children, died on the way to the Al Hol refugee camp in a neighbouring province.
US coalition air strikes target a mosque in Buhatir village of Daesh-held Hejjin district on the eastern outskirts of Syria's Deir Ezzor city, local sources say.
The Daesh-held area of eastern Syria near the border with Iraq was targeted, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The US-backed militia now controls the entire eastern flank of the Euphrates river in Syria. Their territory contains the largest oil fields in the country.
With the crossing of what has been an informal demarcation line between the two sides, the US-backed SDF has warned that it is ready for any clashes with Syrian regime forces.
Straddling the mighty Euphrates River, Daesh's control of the oil rich province is waning as Russian-backed Syrian regime forces and US-backed coalition forces move in.
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