BEIRUT - Dozens of people were killed by an air attack on a city in the Syrian province of Deir al-Zor. Most victims are civilians, reported the Syrian Observatory on Human Rights Monday.
Fighting devices pollinated according to the Observatory Al-Bukamal border town. Around thirty people came to life and tens of people were injured. According to the observer, the bombing was supposedly carried out by the US coalition against Islamic State.
The Amazon-based press office Amaq spoke about fifteen deaths and 35 wounded in al-Bukamal, which is at the border with Iraq. The international coalition has not yet responded. The strategically important province of Deir al-Zor is largely owned by IS. It connects the Iraqi and Syrian areas that are in the hands of the terrorist group.