Syria: US base bombed by pro-Iranian forces
One of the US military bases in Syria was recently attacked by missiles fired by pro-Iranian forces operating between Syria and Iraq. This was reported in a statement by the Islamic Resistance in Iraq, an acronym for pro-Iranian Iraqi militias. According to the claim, the US military base al Omar was hit, which is located near the oil field of the same name in Syria's Dayr az Zor region, close to the border with Iraq.
Houthis confirm attack
Houthi group spokesman Yahya Saria told Al Masirah TV channel: “The Yemeni Navy fired an anti-ship missile at the USS Lewis B. Puller while it was in the Gulf on Sunday, January 28 of Aden.” The Al Masirah television station belongs to the Houthis.
US soldiers killed, Iran denies involvement
Iran denied involvement in the attack that killed three American soldiers in Jordan or supporting the militias responsible. This was stated by Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani, quoted by the Irna news agency. “These allegations are made with the specific political intent of reversing the reality in the region,” Kanaani said.
Houthi attack on US ship
Iran-backed Houthis in Yemen fired a missile at the US warship Lewis B. Puller on Sunday as it sailed in the Gulf of Aden, the group's military spokesman said in a statement today, Al Arabiya writes on its website.