The media center of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) reported the killing of three SDF militants during clashes with Syrian tribes in Diban town in eastern Syria.
Armed clashes between Syrian Arab tribes and the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) resumed after about two weeks of cessation.
On September 21, an Israeli drone targeted a motorcycle near the village of Beit Jinn in the suburbs of Damascus, killing two people.
At least two members of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) were killed and eight others were injured following the Turkish army’s drone attack on an area between the cities of Qamishli and Amuda in Hasakah province.
Iran had suggested a plan for a Turkish military withdrawal from Syria, the country’s foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said during an interview with Al-Vefagh that was published on September 17.
On September 15, at least three YPJ members were killed and two others were injured following by a Turkish army drone attack on a vehicle in the southern outskirts of Manbij city in Aleppo province.
At least 5 Syrian servicemen were martyred following the drone attack on the heights of Abu Ali, in the north of Latakia by the Tahrir al-Sham affiliated groups.
Late on September 13, local sources reported the attack of Israeli army fighter jets on targets in Homs and Hama provinces.
Two Syrian servicemen were martyred and six others were wounded following the Israeli regime airstrikes on the south of Tartus.
Concurrent with the Operation Security Reinforcement, a commander of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) announced that the militia group regained control of conflict areas in Deir ez-Zor Governorate, Syria.
Local sources reported that Syrian army units have been deployed near the US base of Al-Tanf, located in the tri-border area between Syria, Iraq, and Jordan.