A rocket attack from Islamic State terrorists on a military transport bus on Sunday in the east of Syrian killed five Syrian soldiers and wounded 20 others.
The local police said the terrorist attack occurred around 7 p.m. local time.
Sources said the Islamic State, the hardline Islamist group that declared a caliphate straddling parts of Syria and Iraq in 2014, has lost all the territory that was under its control in 2019.
It was learned that the group continues to wage a low-level insurgency in both countries.
Last November 2, 2021, Taliban officials said three people were killed and 16 others badly wounded in two bomb explosions that hit Afghanistan’s biggest military hospital in Kabul.
Interior ministry spokesman Qari Saeed Khosty said the explosions happened at the entrance of the 400-bed Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan hospital.
Although no suspects have been named in the twin blasts, witnesses said a number of Islamic State terrorists entered the hospital and clashed with security forces.