BEIRUT Dawn air strikes on a Syrian border town in the Islamic Point out-held japanese province of Deir al-Zor killed 23 people, most of them civilians, a war monitoring team said on Monday.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Legal rights said jets assumed to belong to the U.S.-led coalition hit the town of Al-Bukamal close to the border with Iraq. The warplanes struck close to a household space and a mosque, wounding dozens more, the Britain-based keep an eye on said.
The Islamic Point out-joined media outlet Amaq said coalition strikes killed 15 people and wounded 35 other individuals in Al-Bukamal.
A spokesman for the U.S.-led coalition against Islamic Point out could not straight away be reached for comment.
Islamic Point out holds most of Deir al-Zor province, aside from an enclave at the center and a close by air foundation that Syrian authorities forces management. The province links territory Islamic Point out militants management in Syria and Iraq.
The United States military services has said it helps make “amazing attempts” to keep away from civilian fatalities in its air strikes in Syria and Iraq.
(Reporting by Ellen Francis Enhancing by Raissa Kasolowsky)