A military base in Syria’s northeastern province of Hasakah, where US occupation troops and their allied militants are stationed, has come under attacks by armed unmanned aerial vehicles.
The Islamic Resistance in Iraq, an umbrella group of anti-terror fighters, in a statement claimed responsibility for the Wednesday evening strikes.
It noted that the facility in al-Shaddadi town, located about 50 kilometers (31 miles) south of Hasakah, was targeted by two squadrons of drones in quick succession, and the designated targets were precisely struck and destroyed.
There were no immediate reports about possible casualties or the extent of damage caused.
Sabereen News, a Telegram news channel associated with Iraqi anti-terror Popular Mobilization Units, also reported the incidents.
The strike comes amid rising anti-US sentiment over Washington’s firm support for the Israeli onslaught against Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip, which has killed at least 10,569 people, including 4,324 children.
Another 26,475 people have been wounded as well. At least 2,550 individuals are reported missing, including at least 2,550 children, who may have died or be trapped under the rubble waiting to be rescued.
The Israeli regime launched the war after Gaza's resistance groups conducted Operation al-Aqsa Storm, their biggest operation against the occupying entity in years. Since the onset of the war, the United States has backed Israel's ferocious attacks on the Palestinian territory as a means of "self-defense."
Late last month, Washington vetoed a United Nations Security Council resolution that calls on the occupying regime to cease its war.