The US Central Command (CENTCOM) stated on Wednesday that a Turkish drone strike on a base in Syria on Tuesday put US troops and personnel at risk. No US service members were injured in the strike.
According to Turkish officials, three people were killed after rockets fired from Syria hit the Turkish district of Karkamis, near the Syrian border on Monday. Ankara claims that the attack was committed by the People's Protection Units (YPG), a Kurdish militia in northern Syria
Israeli airstrikes on the Shayrat air base in the central Syrian governorate of Homs killed two Syrian soldiers and wounded three on Sunday, according to the Syrian state news. Several missiles were reportedly intercepted by air defense systems.
An unidentified drone strike was reportedly conducted on an Iranian fuel convoy on Tuesday on the Syrian side of the Syria-Iraq border. Iraqi officials claimed that the convoy consisted of more than 20 tanker trucks
According to the NGO Human Rights Watch's (HRW) report released on Monday, hundreds of Syrian men and boys were detained, beaten, and forcibly returned to their home country by Turkish authorities over a six-month period between February and July 2022.
Health officials warned Wednesday that a deadly cholera outbreak is "spreading rapidly" in Lebanon, leaving at least five dead in its first outbreak since 1993. Poor sanitation and dilapidated infrastructure have made Lebanon vulnerable to the virulent disease spreading from Syria.
On Thursday, France announced it completed a new operation to return 55 French nationals — 15 women and 40 children — from Kurdish-run camps in northeastern Syria. Once in France, the children were sent to childcare services, and the women were transferred to judicial authorities.