U.S.-led coalition says struck pro-Syrian government forces advancing on 'de-confliction' zone | Reuters
BEIRUT The U.S.-led coalition said it struck pro-Syrian government forces that were 'advancing well inside an established de-confliction zone' in southern Syria on Thursday. The coalition said the forces 'posed a threat' to U.S. and partner forces at Tanf base near the joint Syria-Iraq-Jordan border, where U.S.
BEIRUT The U.S.-led coalition said it struck pro-Syrian government forces that were "advancing well inside an established de-confliction zone" in southern Syria on Thursday.
The coalition said the forces "posed a threat" to U.S. and partner forces at Tanf base near the joint Syria-Iraq-Jordan border, where U.S. special forces operate and train Free Syrian Army rebels.
"This action was taken after apparent Russian attempts to dissuade Syrian pro-regime movement south towards At Tanf were unsuccessful, a coalition aircraft show of force, and the firing of warning shots," it said in a statement. (Reporting by Ellen Francis; Editing by Hugh Lawson)
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