At Least 3 Invader American Soldiers Killed in Roadside Bomb Blast in Northeastern Syria
The Arabic-language al-Dorar al-Shamiyeh news website quoted local sources as saying that a roadside bomb went off when a US military convoy was moving on Hasaka-Tal Tamar road.
It further said that the blast overturned three military vehicles, leaving three US soldiers dead and several more wounded.
In the meantime, other sources reported a number of US soldiers were killed or wounded in an incident on Hasaka road near the village of al-Rakba.
Field sources reported on Wednesday that a US military convoy moved to Northeastern Hasaka from Iraq.
They added that the convoy consisted of several military vehicles and personnel carriers, noting that it entered Tal Beidar region between Qamishli and the town of Tal Tamar which is occupied by the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).
The sources said that the military equipment would likely be transferred to one of the US bases on Eastern Euphrates.
The American forces are stationed in a military base in Tal Beidar region that hosts helicopter pads and several military bases.