Assad regime alleges U.S. coalition has bombed its facilities in eastern Syria

Assad regime alleges U.S. coalition has bombed its facilities in eastern Syria

[Ed. – Don’t be too quick to assume we didn’t.  I doubt it was done deliberately, but it may well have been done mistakenly.  No one cares less than I do if Assad’s military sites are bombed — but Obama has no charter from Congress or the people to bomb them.  The basis on which he’s conducting this operation has been unworkable — to the point of idiotic — from the beginning.]

An air strike carried out by the US-led coalition in Syria is reported to have targeted regime forces for the first time, killing at least three soldiers and destroying a number of vehicles.

The Syrian government said four warplanes bombed its Saega military camp in Deir al-Zor province, describing it as an “act of aggression” by coalition forces.

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group, 13 more military personnel were wounded in the strike, which it said took place near the town of Ayyash on Sunday evening.

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But while the Syrian foreign ministry said in a statement that it had written to the UN over the incident, a spokesman for the coalition denied it had carried out any air strikes on the area in question.

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