British media not announcing British casualties in Syria

Five British servicemen were killed in shelling by Daesh terrorist group in Syrian Deir ez-Zor province, media reported citing local sources.

Five British servicemen were killed by a missile launched by Daesh* terrorists in the Syrian province of Deir ez-Zor, al-Watan newspaper reported, quoting local sources.

“Five British servicemen died when a Daesh rocket hit them in the village of al-Shaaf, several others were injured,” the newspaper cited local sources.

According to the sources, the British soldiers were part of the international coalition contingent operating in the area.
This report comes just a week after local sources said that at least two British soldiers were wounded as a result of an Islamic State anti-tank missile attack in the Al-Shafah area.
SOURCE – sputnik
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3 Responses to “British media not announcing British casualties in Syria”

  1. NPP says:

    What are we doing on foreign soil? Who sanctions it? What is the purpose?

    Trump, it seems, is pulling troops out of Syria, whatever the BBC say…. er, Nobel Prize for Trump-Putin? They have not created another Libya yet and Obama received a gong for that. Apparently, a slave costs about $400 in Libya today.

    Jo Cox wanted us to get fully involved in Syria….

  2. Belyi says:

    They shouldn’t have been there in the first place. Parliament in the UK had expressly voted not to get involved in Syria, but who cares about democracy.

    Seeing that people are sleeping rough, using foodbanks, committing suicide because they don’t know which way to turn, isn’t it marvellous that the UK has plenty of money to spend on illegally attacking other countries?

    My sympathy is reserved for the Syrians and I salute the Russians and the Iranians for helping them to get their country back.

  3. archer says:

    Probably ‘friendly fire’, from the trigger happy Yanks

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