BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:30 P.M.) – On Monday, the U.S. Coalition forces and Syrian Arab Army (SAA) exchanged gunfire in the northern countryside of the Al-Hasakah Governorate.

According to the Syrian Arab Army, their checkpoint at the town of Tal Al-Dahab was targeted by a U.S. Coalition helicopter, in addition to gunfire from their ground troops.

As a result of this incident at the Rasho checkpoint, at least one Syrian Arab Army soldier was killed and two others were wounded.

Credit: Sputnik

As shown in the new photos released by Sputnik, the Syrian Arab Army’s checkpoint suffered significant damage due to the incident with the U.S. Coalition forces.

Credit: Sputnik

The U.S. Coalition maintains they did not launch any air attack against the Syrian Army and claim they were acting in self-defense.

Credit: Sputnik

This latest incident in the Al-Qamishli countryside has furthered the tensions in northeastern Syria, as locals in the town of Tal Al-Dahab held a demonstration against the U.S. Coalition forces after the attack.

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Tyler Vincent
Tyler Vincent
2020-08-19 15:41

Syria will be your graveyard america, Israel