At the end of June the Royal air forces of Britain attacked the Syrian government troops in the al-TANF in the South of the country, near the border with Iraq and Jordan.
About it writes The Times.
The bombing was conducted with fighter Eurofighter Typhoon with a laser guidance system, the newspaper notes. On the base of troops loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, was dropped 500-pound (227 kg) bomb. It was a response to the Pro-government troops trying to approach the base of the Western coalition.
Killing one Syrian officer, seven soldiers were wounded. It was the first attack of British forces on positions of government troops since April. USA, France and the UK produced 105 missiles at three military installations in Syria during the strike on April 14.
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