Details of US-led coalition Airstrikes Against Syrian Army forces in Deir Ezzor .

Centcom announced that US-led coalition forces in Syria had opened fire at pro-Syrian government forces “in defense” of Syrian Democratic Forces headquarters. Damascus has yet to comment on the attack.
 
Syrian state-run TV has slammed the US-led coalition attack on government’s allied troops east of the Euphrates River as a “new aggression” and “an attempt to support terrorism”.
 
According to SANA , forces of the US-led coalition on Wednesday midnight attacked popular forces that were fighting Daesh terrorist organization and Qasad groups [Syrian Democratic Forces] between the villages of Khsham and al-Tabyia in Deir Ezzor northeastern countryside, leaving scores of persons dead and others injured.
According to ABC citing sources, at least 100 pro-government forces have been killed in air and artillery strikes carried out by the US-led coalition in Syria. There were no US casualties in the attack on the headquarters, the media outlet claimed.
Field Source told Muraselon that about 25 fighters of Syrian troops were killed and wounded due to US attack
Earlier in the day, US Central Command announced that the coalition conducted defensive airstrikes against pro-government forces in Syria that attacked Syrian Democratic Forces headquarters near the Euphrates River.

“Syrian pro-regime forces initiated an unprovoked attack against well-established Syrian Democratic Forces headquarters Feb. 7,” the release said. “In defense of Coalition and partner forces, the Coalition conducted strikes against attacking forces to repel the act of aggression against partners engaged in the Global Coalition’s defeat-Daesh mission.”