3 attacks by "ISIS" left 22 dead in the Syrian desert
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported today, Saturday, that 22 people were killed in three attacks carried out by ISIS in the Syrian Badia during the past 24 hours.
The Observatory, which is based in London, said in a press statement today, "During the past 24 hours, ISIS cells have intensified their attacks within the areas under the control of the Syrian forces and their loyal factions in the Syrian desert."
He pointed to the implementation of three attacks targeting a military site of the Syrian forces in the Palmyra desert, and an oil field in Deir ez-Zor, and mines planted by the organization's cells targeted a number of National Defense personnel in the Rusafa desert, south of Raqqa.
He pointed out that these attacks resulted in the death of 22 people, including 12 workers of the "Al-Taym" oil field, five from the Syrian forces, and five members of the National Defense.
The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported that 10 workers were killed and two others were injured yesterday, Friday, as a result of a terrorist attack that targeted three buses carrying workers in the Al-Taym oil field in Deir Ezzor.
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