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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

SAS soldier who died in Syria killed by friendly fire, inquiry finds | Army Times

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A British SAS soldier who died fighting Isis in Syria was killed by friendly fire and not in a roadside bomb, as was previously believed.

Sergeant Matt Tonroe died last year alongside US commando Master Sergeant Jonathan J Dunbar while on a joint operation with American special forces.

The Pentagon blamed their deaths on an improvised explosive device (IED) in a statement released days after the incident in March 2018.

Source: SAS soldier who died in Syria killed by friendly fire, inquiry finds | Army Times

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