Terrorists from the Islamic state have become noticeably more active in the north and east of the country recently.
In northeastern Syria, a US patrol car was blown up by a mine, killing four. This was reported by the SANA agency on Sunday, November 8.
It was noted that an improvised explosive device was planted in the rural area of Markadana on the Hasek-Deir EZ-Zor highway. Witnesses said the military had died. Coalition forces surrounded the site of the blast, they said.
It should be noted that terrorists from the group of the Islamic state that was defeated by coalition forces have recently become more active in the north and east of Syria. They are attacking columns of government troops that are moving along the road from Palmyra to Deir Ez Zor, as well as oil fields.
Earlier, a car bomb in the Syrian city of Ras al-Ain killed seven people, including two children, and injured 11 others.