US: Strikes kill 4 Iranian-backed militia members in Syria

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U.S. Central Command says Apache helicopters, AC-130 gunships and M777 Howitzers were used in the strikes. The strikes were in response to attacks by the group in recent weeks. The latest spike in attacks came after militias backed by Iran's paramilitary Revolutionary Guard targeted the al-Tanf Garrison in the south.
Published 3 months ago · Washington, United States Photography laopinion.com

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US: Strikes kill 4 Iranian-backed militia members in Syria

The U.S. military says four Iranian-backed militia members have been killed in U.S. strikes in Syria in response to recent attacks by the group

3 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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US: Strikes kill 4 Iranian-backed militia members in Syria

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US: Strikes kill 4 Iranian-backed militia members in Syria

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US: Strikes kill 4 Iranian-backed militia members in Syria

The U.S. military says four Iranian-backed militia members have been killed in U.S. strikes in Syria in response to recent attacks by the group

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