Nearly 35 civilians died in air strike between Russia and US on Tuesday in Syria’s eastern Deir Ezzor province. The clashes against Islamic State group are in process.
Deir Ezzor province is situated along Syria’s border with Iraq. The province is observed as a planned reward by Russian-backed Syrian regime as well as an coalition of Kurdish and Arab forces assistance by the US-led alliance combating IS.
Prior, it was reported that nearly 28 people lost their lives in air strike between Russian and US. But, later on the death toll increased following latest Russian investigations in the west of the province.
Russian air strikes targeted several tents on Euphrates river earlier. At least 16 non-military forces died during the air strike involving five children.
Syrian government army are combating to the west of the Euphrates River that flows diagonally crossways Deir Ezzor province.
Independently, the Syrian Democratic Forces, a Kurdish-Arab cooperation sponsored by the US-drove coalition, is doing combating IS east of the stream.
The Observatory said fatal US-drove coalition assaults in help of that operation hit the town of Al-Shahabat prior today, killing 12 individuals from a solitary family including five kids.
IS-held Al-Shahabat lies on the eastern side of the Euphrates, around seven kilometers (four miles) from the waterway.
The strikes take after three days of suspected Russian attacks in Deir Ezzor area that have killed many regular citizens, as indicated by the Observatory.