U.S. strikes in Syria and Iraq kill dozens of militants
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The Biden administration launched retaliatory strikes against Iran-linked militants in Iraq and Syria following the killing of three US soldiers in a drone strike in Jordan. The strikes resulted in the deaths of dozens of fighters and several civilians, according to reports from Iraq government, militia groups, and a local monitoring network.
The first round of retaliatory U.S. strikes against Iran-linked militants in Iraq and Syria killed dozens of fighters and several civilians, according to statements from Iraq government, militia groups and a local monitoring network on Saturday.
Iraq's Popular Mobilization Forces reported that 16 of its fighters were killed and 25 injured in a US strike on a command center in the Anbar province. Kataib Hezbollah, an Iran-backed faction within the PMF, was linked to the drone attack that killed the three US reservists near the Syrian border.
Washington has linked Kataib Hezbollah, an Iran-backed faction within the PMF, to the drone attack that killed the three U.S. reservists Sunday at a remote outpost in Jordan near the Syrian border.
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