Thursday, April 13, 2017

Syria Is Now Claiming That A US-led Airstrike 'Killed Hundreds' in The Eastern Part Of The Country

Reuters: Syrian army says U.S.-led air strike on Wednesday hit IS poison gas depot, killing hundreds

The Syrian army said that an air strike late on Wednesday by the U.S.-led coalition hit poison gas supplies belonging to Islamic State, releasing a toxic substance that killed "hundreds including many civilians."

The incident in the eastern Deir al-Zor province proved that Islamic State and al Qaeda-linked militants "possess chemical weapons", a statement by the army flashed on Thursday by Syrian state TV said.

The report could not immediately be independently verified.

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WNU Editor: There has been no independent confirmation of this report.

More News On Syrian Claims That A US-led Airstrike 'Killed Hundreds' in The Eastern Part Of The Country

US coalition air strike hit Isis poison gas supplies yesterday releasing substance 'killing hundreds', claims Syrian army -- The Independent
Syrian army claims a US-led airstrike has hit an ISIS poison gas depot 'killing hundreds’ -- Daily Mail/Reuters
Syria accuses US of bombing IS chemical stores, 'killing hundreds' -- The Times of Israel
Syrian Army claims US-led airstrike hit stockpile of chemical weapons, killed hundreds -- Jerusalem Online
Coalition Strikes Daesh Depot With Chemical Weapons in Deir ez-Zor - Syrian MoD -- Sputnik


Anonymous said...

Can't be us. We're to busy bombing civilians in Mosul and helping Saudi Arabia starve thousands of more people in Yemen.

fazman said...

Maybe if Iraqis could call in a strike properley it would help.

James said...

The Iraqi's have just discovered vertical grid lines on their maps. Well that was without a doubt unfair to say about a lot of them. Close air is difficult in the best of situations.
I would begin with examining this statement, who put it out, timing, etc.....

James said...

Also map reading is a strange skill, inaccuracy in application can result in very unfortunate results.