Russian and Syrian forces "accidentally" bombed US -backed fighters in Syria on Tuesday, killing some Syrian rebels, a top USA general said Wednesday.
The ministry said in a statement that the U.S. has provided exact coordinates of the US-backed opposition forces in the region to Russian military and the information was "taken into account". "It's a very hard and complicated area" in which to operate.
The US General also informed that US soldiers were just five kilometers away from the spot and the bombing stopped when US soldiers informed Russians on special hotline.
In this photo taken on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015, Russian SU-24M jet fighter armed with laser guided bombs takes off from a runaway at Hmeimim airbase in Syria. However, there were a few casualties reported from the Syrian Arab Coalition. "The ISIS fighters withdrew, and the Syrian Arab Coalition fighters advanced into those villages", the general explained.
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Townsend said the bombings occurred south and east of al-Bab. He said the US leaves it to partnered forces to report on casualties they may suffer.