American forces are increasingly attacked in Syrian kurdish-controlled areas
According to a report by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, attacks on American forces have increased near the oil fields under the control of the Syrian Kurds.

Citing its sources, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported an increase in rocket attacks and suicide drones against American forces in areas under the control of the Syrian Kurds and the Tanaf region on the Syrian border with Iraq and Jordan.
According to the report the attack on the American base near the Omar oil field in the area under the control of the Syrian Kurdish forces and the Tanaf base has caused the American forces to hold new exercises.
Human Rights Watch considered the number of attacks to be significant, but did not mention the possible casualties of these attacks.
According to the reports of the Syrian Human Rights Watch, the American forces have simulated retaliatory measures in their exercises and used real bullets in these exercises following these attacks.
Turkish drone attacks have recently attacked targets in areas under the control of Syrian Kurdish forces, near American bases.
In one of their recent operations, Turkish drones targeted the United Nations training center for girls in the city of Hasaka, which was only two kilometers away from the base of the American forces. Four girls under the age of 18 lost their lives in the attack.
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