ISIS ambushes coalition convoy in Syria, claims they killed at least 2 U.S. soldiers

The Islamic State (ISIS) terror organization allegedly attacked a U.S. military convoy in eastern Syria on Wednesday.

According to a report from Liveuamap and an Arab news source, the U.S. military convoy was traveling through northern Deir Ezzor, when they encountered multiple I.E.D’s near the town of Al-Namiliyah.

The pro-opposition activists claim one military vehicle was damaged and at least two soldiers were wounded as a result of the blasts, according to Al-Masdar Al-‘Arabi – a news source based in Lebanon.

Another post on Liveuamap, which tracks military engagements in Syria,  said that ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack and killed two U.S. soldiers.

Al-Masdar Al-‘Arabi reports the coalition convoy was engaged in a firefight with ISIS for at least 30 minutes before the terrorists retreated.

The U.S. Department of Defense has not issued a statement or released any reports of casualties.

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