Saudi Fighter Jets attack Iranian Militias across the Iraqi border, reports Independent Arabia

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Riyadh — Saudi Arabian fighter jets targeted the Iranian militia positions in the eastern Syrian city of Albu Kamal across the Iraqi border, destroying the militant positions including the drone bases, Independent Arabia reported on Wednesday.

Saudi fighter jets, including jets [from other countries] monitored changes in the positions of Iranian militias, especially those of the Quds Force in Albu Kamal and other areas in the Iraqi-Syrian border, destroying warehouses, batteries, missiles and a drone base all believed were about to be used by Iran to strike other Saudi targets after targeting Aramco,” the western source, who declined to be named, told Independent Arabia.

The report said that unidentified drones were reported in the skies over Albu Kamal city and areas under the control of Iranian militias on Wednesday.

Saudi King Salman said on Tuesday that Kingdom is capable of dealing with the consequences of attacks on the oil installations in Abqaiq.