BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:20 A.M.) – The  Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported this morning that the U.S. Coalition bombed a Syrian Arab Army (SAA) convoy in the southern countryside of the Al-Raqqa Governorate.

According to the SOHR report, the U.S. Coalition bombed the Syrian Army convoy as it was traveling through the Al-Rusafah area near the Homs Governorate border.

The Syrian Army convoy was reportedly en route to the city of Al-Tabaqa in western Al-Raqqa when it was hit by a U.S. Coalition airstrike.

The SOHR said it had no information on casualties.

Al-Masdar is awaiting a response from the Syrian military about the alleged attack.

Update (11:37 A.M.): Syrian Army denies the bombing. Source says troops encountered an old roadside bomb while driving through Al-Rusafah.

 

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Andrew

SOHR- Never the truth.

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Kurdish news sources are saying there’s no truth to this. I’m sure we’ll know more soon.

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Rhodium 10

SAA have denied any attacks againts its troops…