On Friday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights revealed that an unidentified UAV had attacked, this morning, Iranian militia sites in the eastern Syrian city of Albuqmal near the Iraqi border.
In a report published on its official website, the observatory claimed that the UAV caused inflammation in some of the military militias of the Iranian militias in the vicinity of Aisha Hospital in the city of Albuqmal in the suburbs of Deir a-Zour district.
He said the unidentified UAV attacked a military headquarters, "in parallel with heavy gunfire in the city of Albuqmal, in an attempt by Iranian militias to repel the UAV attack with anti-aircraft fire."
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights in London revealed at the end of September that another unidentified aircraft bombed areas on the Syrian-Iraqi border, near the city of al-Bukmal itself, and at the same time another bombing was carried out in the city of al-Myadin in the Deir a-Zor district, without Information on casualties so far.
The Syrian observatory said at the time that explosions had resounded in the border area between Syria and Iraq near the city of al-Bukmal, where Iranian militias were sliced, as a result of unidentified aircraft bombing, noting that "no casualties have been reported so far."