Violent explosions rocked this morning the Albu Kamal desert, which is under the control of Iranian forces and the militias loyal to them, in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, and the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights stated that this coincided with the flight of drones over the airspace of the region. The observatory added, however, that it was not clear whether the explosions were caused by a new targeting of militias, or by the dismantling of explosive devices and ammunition remnants of previous bombing.
The Syrian Observatory reported that explosions occurred in the northeastern countryside of Aleppo, as a result of unidentified missiles that targeted primitive oil burners in the village of Al-Muzala, west of the city of Jarablus in the eastern countryside of Aleppo, without information about casualties so far.
On February 10, the Syrian Observatory documented the killing of 5, including 3 unidentified persons, and the wounding of 4 others, as a result of the bombing of surface-to-surface missiles launched by the Russian military base in Hmeimim, on oil refining burners in the village of Tarhine within the areas of influence of the pro-Turkish factions in the Aleppo countryside. The strikes resulted in fires and extensive damage to citizens’ properties.