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BEIRUT — Iran-backed fighters had been on alert in japanese Syria on Saturday, a day afte r U.S. forces launched retaliatory airstrikes on sites within the war-torn nation, opposition activists stated. The airstrikes got here after a suspected Iran-made drone killed a U.S. contractor and wounded six different Individuals on Thursday.

The state of affairs was calm following a day by which rockets had been fired at bases housing U.S. troops in japanese Syria. The rockets got here after U.S. airstrikes on three completely different areas in Syria’s japanese province of Deir el-Zour, which borders Iraq, opposition activists stated.

Whereas it’s not the primary time the U.S. and Iran have traded strikes in Syria, the assault and the U.S. response threaten to upend latest efforts to deescalate tensions throughout the broader Center East, whose rival powers have made steps towards détente in latest days after years of turmoil.

“The calm continues as Iran-backed militiamen are on alert out of concern of doable new airstrikes,” stated Rami Abdurrahman, who heads the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an opposition conflict monitor.

President Joe Biden stated Friday that the U.S. would reply “forcefully” to guard its personnel after U.S. forces retaliated with airstrikes on websites in Syria utilized by teams affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. The strikes adopted an assault Thursday by a suspected Iran-made drone that killed a U.S. contractor and wounded 5 American servicemembers and a U.S. contractor.

“America doesn’t, doesn’t search battle with Iran,” Biden stated in Ottawa, Canada, the place he was on a state go to. However he stated Iran and its proxies ought to be ready for the U.S. “to behave forcefully to guard our individuals. That’s precisely what occurred final night time.” Activists stated the U.S. bombing killed at the least 4 individuals.

A press release issued late Friday by the Iranian Consultative Heart in Syria warned the U.S. to not perform additional strikes in Syria. In any other case, “we must retaliate.” It warned that “it is not going to be a easy revenge.”

The middle, which speaks on behalf of Tehran in Syria, stated the U.S. airstrikes focused locations used to retailer meals merchandise and different service facilities in Deir el-Zour. It stated the strike killed seven individuals and wounded seven others with out giving the nationalities of the lifeless. An official with an Iran-backed group in Iraq stated the strikes killed seven Iranians.

The Observatory raised the demise toll from the U.S. strikes to 19, saying they had been killed in three areas, together with an arms depot within the Harabesh neighborhood within the metropolis of Deir el-Zour, and two army posts close to the cities of Mayadeen and Boukamal.

Iran-backed militia teams and Syrian forces management the world, which additionally has seen suspected airstrikes by Israel in latest months allegedly focusing on Iranian provide routes.

Based on U.S. officers, two simultaneous assaults had been launched at U.S. forces in Syria late Friday. Officers stated that based mostly on preliminary data, there was a rocket assault on the Conoco plant, the place U.S. troops are stationed, and one U.S. service member was wounded however is in secure situation. At about the identical time, a number of drones had been launched at Inexperienced Village, in Deir el-Zour province the place U.S. troops are additionally based mostly. One official stated all however one of many drones had been shot down, and there have been no U.S. accidents there. The officers spoke on situation of anonymity to debate army operations.

Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, which solutions solely to Supreme Chief Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has been suspected of finishing up assaults with bomb-carrying drones throughout the broader Center East.

U.S. Protection Secretary Lloyd Austin stated the American intelligence neighborhood had decided the drone in Thursday’s assault was of Iranian origin, however provided no different quick proof to help the declare. The drone hit a coalition base within the northeast Syrian metropolis of Hasakeh.

Iran depends on a community of proxy forces all through the Mideast to counter the U.S. and Israel, its arch regional enemy. The U.S. has had forces in northeast Syria since 2015, after they deployed as a part of the struggle towards the Islamic State group, and maintains some 900 troops there, working with Kurdish-led forces that management round a 3rd of Syria.

The alternate of strikes got here as Saudi Arabia and Iran have been working towards reopening embassies in one another’s nations. The dominion additionally acknowledged efforts to reopen a Saudi embassy in Syria, whose embattled President Bashar Assad has been backed by Iran in his nation’s lengthy conflict. Based on officers, Iran has launched 80 assaults towards U.S. forces and areas in Iraq and Syria since January 2021. The overwhelming majority of these have been in Syria.

The U.S. underneath Biden has struck Syria beforehand over tensions with Iran — in February and June of 2021, in addition to August 2022.

Syria’s battle that started in 2011 has left practically half one million individuals lifeless.

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BEIRUT — Iran-backed fighters had been on alert in japanese Syria on Saturday, a day afte r U.S. forces launched retaliatory airstrikes on sites within the war-torn nation, opposition activists stated. The airstrikes got here after a suspected Iran-made drone killed a U.S. contractor and wounded six different Individuals on Thursday.

The state of affairs was calm following a day by which rockets had been fired at bases housing U.S. troops in japanese Syria. The rockets got here after U.S. airstrikes on three completely different areas in Syria’s japanese province of Deir el-Zour, which borders Iraq, opposition activists stated.

Whereas it’s not the primary time the U.S. and Iran have traded strikes in Syria, the assault and the U.S. response threaten to upend latest efforts to deescalate tensions throughout the broader Center East, whose rival powers have made steps towards détente in latest days after years of turmoil.

“The calm continues as Iran-backed militiamen are on alert out of concern of doable new airstrikes,” stated Rami Abdurrahman, who heads the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an opposition conflict monitor.

President Joe Biden stated Friday that the U.S. would reply “forcefully” to guard its personnel after U.S. forces retaliated with airstrikes on websites in Syria utilized by teams affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. The strikes adopted an assault Thursday by a suspected Iran-made drone that killed a U.S. contractor and wounded 5 American servicemembers and a U.S. contractor.

“America doesn’t, doesn’t search battle with Iran,” Biden stated in Ottawa, Canada, the place he was on a state go to. However he stated Iran and its proxies ought to be ready for the U.S. “to behave forcefully to guard our individuals. That’s precisely what occurred final night time.” Activists stated the U.S. bombing killed at the least 4 individuals.

A press release issued late Friday by the Iranian Consultative Heart in Syria warned the U.S. to not perform additional strikes in Syria. In any other case, “we must retaliate.” It warned that “it is not going to be a easy revenge.”

The middle, which speaks on behalf of Tehran in Syria, stated the U.S. airstrikes focused locations used to retailer meals merchandise and different service facilities in Deir el-Zour. It stated the strike killed seven individuals and wounded seven others with out giving the nationalities of the lifeless. An official with an Iran-backed group in Iraq stated the strikes killed seven Iranians.

The Observatory raised the demise toll from the U.S. strikes to 19, saying they had been killed in three areas, together with an arms depot within the Harabesh neighborhood within the metropolis of Deir el-Zour, and two army posts close to the cities of Mayadeen and Boukamal.

Iran-backed militia teams and Syrian forces management the world, which additionally has seen suspected airstrikes by Israel in latest months allegedly focusing on Iranian provide routes.

Based on U.S. officers, two simultaneous assaults had been launched at U.S. forces in Syria late Friday. Officers stated that based mostly on preliminary data, there was a rocket assault on the Conoco plant, the place U.S. troops are stationed, and one U.S. service member was wounded however is in secure situation. At about the identical time, a number of drones had been launched at Inexperienced Village, in Deir el-Zour province the place U.S. troops are additionally based mostly. One official stated all however one of many drones had been shot down, and there have been no U.S. accidents there. The officers spoke on situation of anonymity to debate army operations.

Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, which solutions solely to Supreme Chief Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has been suspected of finishing up assaults with bomb-carrying drones throughout the broader Center East.

U.S. Protection Secretary Lloyd Austin stated the American intelligence neighborhood had decided the drone in Thursday’s assault was of Iranian origin, however provided no different quick proof to help the declare. The drone hit a coalition base within the northeast Syrian metropolis of Hasakeh.

Iran depends on a community of proxy forces all through the Mideast to counter the U.S. and Israel, its arch regional enemy. The U.S. has had forces in northeast Syria since 2015, after they deployed as a part of the struggle towards the Islamic State group, and maintains some 900 troops there, working with Kurdish-led forces that management round a 3rd of Syria.

The alternate of strikes got here as Saudi Arabia and Iran have been working towards reopening embassies in one another’s nations. The dominion additionally acknowledged efforts to reopen a Saudi embassy in Syria, whose embattled President Bashar Assad has been backed by Iran in his nation’s lengthy conflict. Based on officers, Iran has launched 80 assaults towards U.S. forces and areas in Iraq and Syria since January 2021. The overwhelming majority of these have been in Syria.

The U.S. underneath Biden has struck Syria beforehand over tensions with Iran — in February and June of 2021, in addition to August 2022.

Syria’s battle that started in 2011 has left practically half one million individuals lifeless.

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BEIRUT — Iran-backed fighters had been on alert in japanese Syria on Saturday, a day afte r U.S. forces launched retaliatory airstrikes on sites within the war-torn nation, opposition activists stated. The airstrikes got here after a suspected Iran-made drone killed a U.S. contractor and wounded six different Individuals on Thursday.

The state of affairs was calm following a day by which rockets had been fired at bases housing U.S. troops in japanese Syria. The rockets got here after U.S. airstrikes on three completely different areas in Syria’s japanese province of Deir el-Zour, which borders Iraq, opposition activists stated.

Whereas it’s not the primary time the U.S. and Iran have traded strikes in Syria, the assault and the U.S. response threaten to upend latest efforts to deescalate tensions throughout the broader Center East, whose rival powers have made steps towards détente in latest days after years of turmoil.

“The calm continues as Iran-backed militiamen are on alert out of concern of doable new airstrikes,” stated Rami Abdurrahman, who heads the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an opposition conflict monitor.

President Joe Biden stated Friday that the U.S. would reply “forcefully” to guard its personnel after U.S. forces retaliated with airstrikes on websites in Syria utilized by teams affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. The strikes adopted an assault Thursday by a suspected Iran-made drone that killed a U.S. contractor and wounded 5 American servicemembers and a U.S. contractor.

“America doesn’t, doesn’t search battle with Iran,” Biden stated in Ottawa, Canada, the place he was on a state go to. However he stated Iran and its proxies ought to be ready for the U.S. “to behave forcefully to guard our individuals. That’s precisely what occurred final night time.” Activists stated the U.S. bombing killed at the least 4 individuals.

A press release issued late Friday by the Iranian Consultative Heart in Syria warned the U.S. to not perform additional strikes in Syria. In any other case, “we must retaliate.” It warned that “it is not going to be a easy revenge.”

The middle, which speaks on behalf of Tehran in Syria, stated the U.S. airstrikes focused locations used to retailer meals merchandise and different service facilities in Deir el-Zour. It stated the strike killed seven individuals and wounded seven others with out giving the nationalities of the lifeless. An official with an Iran-backed group in Iraq stated the strikes killed seven Iranians.

The Observatory raised the demise toll from the U.S. strikes to 19, saying they had been killed in three areas, together with an arms depot within the Harabesh neighborhood within the metropolis of Deir el-Zour, and two army posts close to the cities of Mayadeen and Boukamal.

Iran-backed militia teams and Syrian forces management the world, which additionally has seen suspected airstrikes by Israel in latest months allegedly focusing on Iranian provide routes.

Based on U.S. officers, two simultaneous assaults had been launched at U.S. forces in Syria late Friday. Officers stated that based mostly on preliminary data, there was a rocket assault on the Conoco plant, the place U.S. troops are stationed, and one U.S. service member was wounded however is in secure situation. At about the identical time, a number of drones had been launched at Inexperienced Village, in Deir el-Zour province the place U.S. troops are additionally based mostly. One official stated all however one of many drones had been shot down, and there have been no U.S. accidents there. The officers spoke on situation of anonymity to debate army operations.

Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, which solutions solely to Supreme Chief Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has been suspected of finishing up assaults with bomb-carrying drones throughout the broader Center East.

U.S. Protection Secretary Lloyd Austin stated the American intelligence neighborhood had decided the drone in Thursday’s assault was of Iranian origin, however provided no different quick proof to help the declare. The drone hit a coalition base within the northeast Syrian metropolis of Hasakeh.

Iran depends on a community of proxy forces all through the Mideast to counter the U.S. and Israel, its arch regional enemy. The U.S. has had forces in northeast Syria since 2015, after they deployed as a part of the struggle towards the Islamic State group, and maintains some 900 troops there, working with Kurdish-led forces that management round a 3rd of Syria.

The alternate of strikes got here as Saudi Arabia and Iran have been working towards reopening embassies in one another’s nations. The dominion additionally acknowledged efforts to reopen a Saudi embassy in Syria, whose embattled President Bashar Assad has been backed by Iran in his nation’s lengthy conflict. Based on officers, Iran has launched 80 assaults towards U.S. forces and areas in Iraq and Syria since January 2021. The overwhelming majority of these have been in Syria.

The U.S. underneath Biden has struck Syria beforehand over tensions with Iran — in February and June of 2021, in addition to August 2022.

Syria’s battle that started in 2011 has left practically half one million individuals lifeless.

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BEIRUT — Iran-backed fighters had been on alert in japanese Syria on Saturday, a day afte r U.S. forces launched retaliatory airstrikes on sites within the war-torn nation, opposition activists stated. The airstrikes got here after a suspected Iran-made drone killed a U.S. contractor and wounded six different Individuals on Thursday.

The state of affairs was calm following a day by which rockets had been fired at bases housing U.S. troops in japanese Syria. The rockets got here after U.S. airstrikes on three completely different areas in Syria’s japanese province of Deir el-Zour, which borders Iraq, opposition activists stated.

Whereas it’s not the primary time the U.S. and Iran have traded strikes in Syria, the assault and the U.S. response threaten to upend latest efforts to deescalate tensions throughout the broader Center East, whose rival powers have made steps towards détente in latest days after years of turmoil.

“The calm continues as Iran-backed militiamen are on alert out of concern of doable new airstrikes,” stated Rami Abdurrahman, who heads the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an opposition conflict monitor.

President Joe Biden stated Friday that the U.S. would reply “forcefully” to guard its personnel after U.S. forces retaliated with airstrikes on websites in Syria utilized by teams affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. The strikes adopted an assault Thursday by a suspected Iran-made drone that killed a U.S. contractor and wounded 5 American servicemembers and a U.S. contractor.

“America doesn’t, doesn’t search battle with Iran,” Biden stated in Ottawa, Canada, the place he was on a state go to. However he stated Iran and its proxies ought to be ready for the U.S. “to behave forcefully to guard our individuals. That’s precisely what occurred final night time.” Activists stated the U.S. bombing killed at the least 4 individuals.

A press release issued late Friday by the Iranian Consultative Heart in Syria warned the U.S. to not perform additional strikes in Syria. In any other case, “we must retaliate.” It warned that “it is not going to be a easy revenge.”

The middle, which speaks on behalf of Tehran in Syria, stated the U.S. airstrikes focused locations used to retailer meals merchandise and different service facilities in Deir el-Zour. It stated the strike killed seven individuals and wounded seven others with out giving the nationalities of the lifeless. An official with an Iran-backed group in Iraq stated the strikes killed seven Iranians.

The Observatory raised the demise toll from the U.S. strikes to 19, saying they had been killed in three areas, together with an arms depot within the Harabesh neighborhood within the metropolis of Deir el-Zour, and two army posts close to the cities of Mayadeen and Boukamal.

Iran-backed militia teams and Syrian forces management the world, which additionally has seen suspected airstrikes by Israel in latest months allegedly focusing on Iranian provide routes.

Based on U.S. officers, two simultaneous assaults had been launched at U.S. forces in Syria late Friday. Officers stated that based mostly on preliminary data, there was a rocket assault on the Conoco plant, the place U.S. troops are stationed, and one U.S. service member was wounded however is in secure situation. At about the identical time, a number of drones had been launched at Inexperienced Village, in Deir el-Zour province the place U.S. troops are additionally based mostly. One official stated all however one of many drones had been shot down, and there have been no U.S. accidents there. The officers spoke on situation of anonymity to debate army operations.

Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, which solutions solely to Supreme Chief Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has been suspected of finishing up assaults with bomb-carrying drones throughout the broader Center East.

U.S. Protection Secretary Lloyd Austin stated the American intelligence neighborhood had decided the drone in Thursday’s assault was of Iranian origin, however provided no different quick proof to help the declare. The drone hit a coalition base within the northeast Syrian metropolis of Hasakeh.

Iran depends on a community of proxy forces all through the Mideast to counter the U.S. and Israel, its arch regional enemy. The U.S. has had forces in northeast Syria since 2015, after they deployed as a part of the struggle towards the Islamic State group, and maintains some 900 troops there, working with Kurdish-led forces that management round a 3rd of Syria.

The alternate of strikes got here as Saudi Arabia and Iran have been working towards reopening embassies in one another’s nations. The dominion additionally acknowledged efforts to reopen a Saudi embassy in Syria, whose embattled President Bashar Assad has been backed by Iran in his nation’s lengthy conflict. Based on officers, Iran has launched 80 assaults towards U.S. forces and areas in Iraq and Syria since January 2021. The overwhelming majority of these have been in Syria.

The U.S. underneath Biden has struck Syria beforehand over tensions with Iran — in February and June of 2021, in addition to August 2022.

Syria’s battle that started in 2011 has left practically half one million individuals lifeless.

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BEIRUT — Iran-backed fighters had been on alert in japanese Syria on Saturday, a day afte r U.S. forces launched retaliatory airstrikes on sites within the war-torn nation, opposition activists stated. The airstrikes got here after a suspected Iran-made drone killed a U.S. contractor and wounded six different Individuals on Thursday.

The state of affairs was calm following a day by which rockets had been fired at bases housing U.S. troops in japanese Syria. The rockets got here after U.S. airstrikes on three completely different areas in Syria’s japanese province of Deir el-Zour, which borders Iraq, opposition activists stated.

Whereas it’s not the primary time the U.S. and Iran have traded strikes in Syria, the assault and the U.S. response threaten to upend latest efforts to deescalate tensions throughout the broader Center East, whose rival powers have made steps towards détente in latest days after years of turmoil.

“The calm continues as Iran-backed militiamen are on alert out of concern of doable new airstrikes,” stated Rami Abdurrahman, who heads the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an opposition conflict monitor.

President Joe Biden stated Friday that the U.S. would reply “forcefully” to guard its personnel after U.S. forces retaliated with airstrikes on websites in Syria utilized by teams affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. The strikes adopted an assault Thursday by a suspected Iran-made drone that killed a U.S. contractor and wounded 5 American servicemembers and a U.S. contractor.

“America doesn’t, doesn’t search battle with Iran,” Biden stated in Ottawa, Canada, the place he was on a state go to. However he stated Iran and its proxies ought to be ready for the U.S. “to behave forcefully to guard our individuals. That’s precisely what occurred final night time.” Activists stated the U.S. bombing killed at the least 4 individuals.

A press release issued late Friday by the Iranian Consultative Heart in Syria warned the U.S. to not perform additional strikes in Syria. In any other case, “we must retaliate.” It warned that “it is not going to be a easy revenge.”

The middle, which speaks on behalf of Tehran in Syria, stated the U.S. airstrikes focused locations used to retailer meals merchandise and different service facilities in Deir el-Zour. It stated the strike killed seven individuals and wounded seven others with out giving the nationalities of the lifeless. An official with an Iran-backed group in Iraq stated the strikes killed seven Iranians.

The Observatory raised the demise toll from the U.S. strikes to 19, saying they had been killed in three areas, together with an arms depot within the Harabesh neighborhood within the metropolis of Deir el-Zour, and two army posts close to the cities of Mayadeen and Boukamal.

Iran-backed militia teams and Syrian forces management the world, which additionally has seen suspected airstrikes by Israel in latest months allegedly focusing on Iranian provide routes.

Based on U.S. officers, two simultaneous assaults had been launched at U.S. forces in Syria late Friday. Officers stated that based mostly on preliminary data, there was a rocket assault on the Conoco plant, the place U.S. troops are stationed, and one U.S. service member was wounded however is in secure situation. At about the identical time, a number of drones had been launched at Inexperienced Village, in Deir el-Zour province the place U.S. troops are additionally based mostly. One official stated all however one of many drones had been shot down, and there have been no U.S. accidents there. The officers spoke on situation of anonymity to debate army operations.

Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, which solutions solely to Supreme Chief Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has been suspected of finishing up assaults with bomb-carrying drones throughout the broader Center East.

U.S. Protection Secretary Lloyd Austin stated the American intelligence neighborhood had decided the drone in Thursday’s assault was of Iranian origin, however provided no different quick proof to help the declare. The drone hit a coalition base within the northeast Syrian metropolis of Hasakeh.

Iran depends on a community of proxy forces all through the Mideast to counter the U.S. and Israel, its arch regional enemy. The U.S. has had forces in northeast Syria since 2015, after they deployed as a part of the struggle towards the Islamic State group, and maintains some 900 troops there, working with Kurdish-led forces that management round a 3rd of Syria.

The alternate of strikes got here as Saudi Arabia and Iran have been working towards reopening embassies in one another’s nations. The dominion additionally acknowledged efforts to reopen a Saudi embassy in Syria, whose embattled President Bashar Assad has been backed by Iran in his nation’s lengthy conflict. Based on officers, Iran has launched 80 assaults towards U.S. forces and areas in Iraq and Syria since January 2021. The overwhelming majority of these have been in Syria.

The U.S. underneath Biden has struck Syria beforehand over tensions with Iran — in February and June of 2021, in addition to August 2022.

Syria’s battle that started in 2011 has left practically half one million individuals lifeless.

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BEIRUT — Iran-backed fighters had been on alert in japanese Syria on Saturday, a day afte r U.S. forces launched retaliatory airstrikes on sites within the war-torn nation, opposition activists stated. The airstrikes got here after a suspected Iran-made drone killed a U.S. contractor and wounded six different Individuals on Thursday.

The state of affairs was calm following a day by which rockets had been fired at bases housing U.S. troops in japanese Syria. The rockets got here after U.S. airstrikes on three completely different areas in Syria’s japanese province of Deir el-Zour, which borders Iraq, opposition activists stated.

Whereas it’s not the primary time the U.S. and Iran have traded strikes in Syria, the assault and the U.S. response threaten to upend latest efforts to deescalate tensions throughout the broader Center East, whose rival powers have made steps towards détente in latest days after years of turmoil.

“The calm continues as Iran-backed militiamen are on alert out of concern of doable new airstrikes,” stated Rami Abdurrahman, who heads the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an opposition conflict monitor.

President Joe Biden stated Friday that the U.S. would reply “forcefully” to guard its personnel after U.S. forces retaliated with airstrikes on websites in Syria utilized by teams affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. The strikes adopted an assault Thursday by a suspected Iran-made drone that killed a U.S. contractor and wounded 5 American servicemembers and a U.S. contractor.

“America doesn’t, doesn’t search battle with Iran,” Biden stated in Ottawa, Canada, the place he was on a state go to. However he stated Iran and its proxies ought to be ready for the U.S. “to behave forcefully to guard our individuals. That’s precisely what occurred final night time.” Activists stated the U.S. bombing killed at the least 4 individuals.

A press release issued late Friday by the Iranian Consultative Heart in Syria warned the U.S. to not perform additional strikes in Syria. In any other case, “we must retaliate.” It warned that “it is not going to be a easy revenge.”

The middle, which speaks on behalf of Tehran in Syria, stated the U.S. airstrikes focused locations used to retailer meals merchandise and different service facilities in Deir el-Zour. It stated the strike killed seven individuals and wounded seven others with out giving the nationalities of the lifeless. An official with an Iran-backed group in Iraq stated the strikes killed seven Iranians.

The Observatory raised the demise toll from the U.S. strikes to 19, saying they had been killed in three areas, together with an arms depot within the Harabesh neighborhood within the metropolis of Deir el-Zour, and two army posts close to the cities of Mayadeen and Boukamal.

Iran-backed militia teams and Syrian forces management the world, which additionally has seen suspected airstrikes by Israel in latest months allegedly focusing on Iranian provide routes.

Based on U.S. officers, two simultaneous assaults had been launched at U.S. forces in Syria late Friday. Officers stated that based mostly on preliminary data, there was a rocket assault on the Conoco plant, the place U.S. troops are stationed, and one U.S. service member was wounded however is in secure situation. At about the identical time, a number of drones had been launched at Inexperienced Village, in Deir el-Zour province the place U.S. troops are additionally based mostly. One official stated all however one of many drones had been shot down, and there have been no U.S. accidents there. The officers spoke on situation of anonymity to debate army operations.

Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, which solutions solely to Supreme Chief Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has been suspected of finishing up assaults with bomb-carrying drones throughout the broader Center East.

U.S. Protection Secretary Lloyd Austin stated the American intelligence neighborhood had decided the drone in Thursday’s assault was of Iranian origin, however provided no different quick proof to help the declare. The drone hit a coalition base within the northeast Syrian metropolis of Hasakeh.

Iran depends on a community of proxy forces all through the Mideast to counter the U.S. and Israel, its arch regional enemy. The U.S. has had forces in northeast Syria since 2015, after they deployed as a part of the struggle towards the Islamic State group, and maintains some 900 troops there, working with Kurdish-led forces that management round a 3rd of Syria.

The alternate of strikes got here as Saudi Arabia and Iran have been working towards reopening embassies in one another’s nations. The dominion additionally acknowledged efforts to reopen a Saudi embassy in Syria, whose embattled President Bashar Assad has been backed by Iran in his nation’s lengthy conflict. Based on officers, Iran has launched 80 assaults towards U.S. forces and areas in Iraq and Syria since January 2021. The overwhelming majority of these have been in Syria.

The U.S. underneath Biden has struck Syria beforehand over tensions with Iran — in February and June of 2021, in addition to August 2022.

Syria’s battle that started in 2011 has left practically half one million individuals lifeless.

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BEIRUT — Iran-backed fighters had been on alert in japanese Syria on Saturday, a day afte r U.S. forces launched retaliatory airstrikes on sites within the war-torn nation, opposition activists stated. The airstrikes got here after a suspected Iran-made drone killed a U.S. contractor and wounded six different Individuals on Thursday.

The state of affairs was calm following a day by which rockets had been fired at bases housing U.S. troops in japanese Syria. The rockets got here after U.S. airstrikes on three completely different areas in Syria’s japanese province of Deir el-Zour, which borders Iraq, opposition activists stated.

Whereas it’s not the primary time the U.S. and Iran have traded strikes in Syria, the assault and the U.S. response threaten to upend latest efforts to deescalate tensions throughout the broader Center East, whose rival powers have made steps towards détente in latest days after years of turmoil.

“The calm continues as Iran-backed militiamen are on alert out of concern of doable new airstrikes,” stated Rami Abdurrahman, who heads the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an opposition conflict monitor.

President Joe Biden stated Friday that the U.S. would reply “forcefully” to guard its personnel after U.S. forces retaliated with airstrikes on websites in Syria utilized by teams affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. The strikes adopted an assault Thursday by a suspected Iran-made drone that killed a U.S. contractor and wounded 5 American servicemembers and a U.S. contractor.

“America doesn’t, doesn’t search battle with Iran,” Biden stated in Ottawa, Canada, the place he was on a state go to. However he stated Iran and its proxies ought to be ready for the U.S. “to behave forcefully to guard our individuals. That’s precisely what occurred final night time.” Activists stated the U.S. bombing killed at the least 4 individuals.

A press release issued late Friday by the Iranian Consultative Heart in Syria warned the U.S. to not perform additional strikes in Syria. In any other case, “we must retaliate.” It warned that “it is not going to be a easy revenge.”

The middle, which speaks on behalf of Tehran in Syria, stated the U.S. airstrikes focused locations used to retailer meals merchandise and different service facilities in Deir el-Zour. It stated the strike killed seven individuals and wounded seven others with out giving the nationalities of the lifeless. An official with an Iran-backed group in Iraq stated the strikes killed seven Iranians.

The Observatory raised the demise toll from the U.S. strikes to 19, saying they had been killed in three areas, together with an arms depot within the Harabesh neighborhood within the metropolis of Deir el-Zour, and two army posts close to the cities of Mayadeen and Boukamal.

Iran-backed militia teams and Syrian forces management the world, which additionally has seen suspected airstrikes by Israel in latest months allegedly focusing on Iranian provide routes.

Based on U.S. officers, two simultaneous assaults had been launched at U.S. forces in Syria late Friday. Officers stated that based mostly on preliminary data, there was a rocket assault on the Conoco plant, the place U.S. troops are stationed, and one U.S. service member was wounded however is in secure situation. At about the identical time, a number of drones had been launched at Inexperienced Village, in Deir el-Zour province the place U.S. troops are additionally based mostly. One official stated all however one of many drones had been shot down, and there have been no U.S. accidents there. The officers spoke on situation of anonymity to debate army operations.

Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, which solutions solely to Supreme Chief Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has been suspected of finishing up assaults with bomb-carrying drones throughout the broader Center East.

U.S. Protection Secretary Lloyd Austin stated the American intelligence neighborhood had decided the drone in Thursday’s assault was of Iranian origin, however provided no different quick proof to help the declare. The drone hit a coalition base within the northeast Syrian metropolis of Hasakeh.

Iran depends on a community of proxy forces all through the Mideast to counter the U.S. and Israel, its arch regional enemy. The U.S. has had forces in northeast Syria since 2015, after they deployed as a part of the struggle towards the Islamic State group, and maintains some 900 troops there, working with Kurdish-led forces that management round a 3rd of Syria.

The alternate of strikes got here as Saudi Arabia and Iran have been working towards reopening embassies in one another’s nations. The dominion additionally acknowledged efforts to reopen a Saudi embassy in Syria, whose embattled President Bashar Assad has been backed by Iran in his nation’s lengthy conflict. Based on officers, Iran has launched 80 assaults towards U.S. forces and areas in Iraq and Syria since January 2021. The overwhelming majority of these have been in Syria.

The U.S. underneath Biden has struck Syria beforehand over tensions with Iran — in February and June of 2021, in addition to August 2022.

Syria’s battle that started in 2011 has left practically half one million individuals lifeless.

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BEIRUT — Iran-backed fighters had been on alert in japanese Syria on Saturday, a day afte r U.S. forces launched retaliatory airstrikes on sites within the war-torn nation, opposition activists stated. The airstrikes got here after a suspected Iran-made drone killed a U.S. contractor and wounded six different Individuals on Thursday.

The state of affairs was calm following a day by which rockets had been fired at bases housing U.S. troops in japanese Syria. The rockets got here after U.S. airstrikes on three completely different areas in Syria’s japanese province of Deir el-Zour, which borders Iraq, opposition activists stated.

Whereas it’s not the primary time the U.S. and Iran have traded strikes in Syria, the assault and the U.S. response threaten to upend latest efforts to deescalate tensions throughout the broader Center East, whose rival powers have made steps towards détente in latest days after years of turmoil.

“The calm continues as Iran-backed militiamen are on alert out of concern of doable new airstrikes,” stated Rami Abdurrahman, who heads the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, an opposition conflict monitor.

President Joe Biden stated Friday that the U.S. would reply “forcefully” to guard its personnel after U.S. forces retaliated with airstrikes on websites in Syria utilized by teams affiliated with Iran’s Revolutionary Guard. The strikes adopted an assault Thursday by a suspected Iran-made drone that killed a U.S. contractor and wounded 5 American servicemembers and a U.S. contractor.

“America doesn’t, doesn’t search battle with Iran,” Biden stated in Ottawa, Canada, the place he was on a state go to. However he stated Iran and its proxies ought to be ready for the U.S. “to behave forcefully to guard our individuals. That’s precisely what occurred final night time.” Activists stated the U.S. bombing killed at the least 4 individuals.

A press release issued late Friday by the Iranian Consultative Heart in Syria warned the U.S. to not perform additional strikes in Syria. In any other case, “we must retaliate.” It warned that “it is not going to be a easy revenge.”

The middle, which speaks on behalf of Tehran in Syria, stated the U.S. airstrikes focused locations used to retailer meals merchandise and different service facilities in Deir el-Zour. It stated the strike killed seven individuals and wounded seven others with out giving the nationalities of the lifeless. An official with an Iran-backed group in Iraq stated the strikes killed seven Iranians.

The Observatory raised the demise toll from the U.S. strikes to 19, saying they had been killed in three areas, together with an arms depot within the Harabesh neighborhood within the metropolis of Deir el-Zour, and two army posts close to the cities of Mayadeen and Boukamal.

Iran-backed militia teams and Syrian forces management the world, which additionally has seen suspected airstrikes by Israel in latest months allegedly focusing on Iranian provide routes.

Based on U.S. officers, two simultaneous assaults had been launched at U.S. forces in Syria late Friday. Officers stated that based mostly on preliminary data, there was a rocket assault on the Conoco plant, the place U.S. troops are stationed, and one U.S. service member was wounded however is in secure situation. At about the identical time, a number of drones had been launched at Inexperienced Village, in Deir el-Zour province the place U.S. troops are additionally based mostly. One official stated all however one of many drones had been shot down, and there have been no U.S. accidents there. The officers spoke on situation of anonymity to debate army operations.

Iran’s paramilitary Revolutionary Guard, which solutions solely to Supreme Chief Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has been suspected of finishing up assaults with bomb-carrying drones throughout the broader Center East.

U.S. Protection Secretary Lloyd Austin stated the American intelligence neighborhood had decided the drone in Thursday’s assault was of Iranian origin, however provided no different quick proof to help the declare. The drone hit a coalition base within the northeast Syrian metropolis of Hasakeh.

Iran depends on a community of proxy forces all through the Mideast to counter the U.S. and Israel, its arch regional enemy. The U.S. has had forces in northeast Syria since 2015, after they deployed as a part of the struggle towards the Islamic State group, and maintains some 900 troops there, working with Kurdish-led forces that management round a 3rd of Syria.

The alternate of strikes got here as Saudi Arabia and Iran have been working towards reopening embassies in one another’s nations. The dominion additionally acknowledged efforts to reopen a Saudi embassy in Syria, whose embattled President Bashar Assad has been backed by Iran in his nation’s lengthy conflict. Based on officers, Iran has launched 80 assaults towards U.S. forces and areas in Iraq and Syria since January 2021. The overwhelming majority of these have been in Syria.

The U.S. underneath Biden has struck Syria beforehand over tensions with Iran — in February and June of 2021, in addition to August 2022.

Syria’s battle that started in 2011 has left practically half one million individuals lifeless.

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