Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) fighters responded to attacks in the north and west of Hajin, which led to the outbreak of clashes that killed dozens of ISIS militants and crippled their car bombs, according to an SDF military source.
Waves of US-led airstrikes since Monday have killed 28 Daesh militants. The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have killed another 17 militants while defending their base in the village of al-Bahra in Syria.
The Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) have sent reinforcements to Deir az-Zour Province after IS retook the Syrian territory fighting against Arab SDF fighters. Around 70 SDF fighters died in the IS' counterattack on Friday.
In Idlib, some militant organisations have withdrawn from the DMZ set up by Turkey and Russia. Simultaneously, the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces are continuing their operation against ISIS in the Hajin area in Deir ez-Zour.
The Islamic State (IS) has lost nearly all of the territory which it seized in 2014, including its de facto capital Raqqa, but retains a presence in Syria's Badiya desert and a pocket in the Euphrates Valley in the east.
The Iraqi military's Joint Operations Command said that Iraqi Air-force's F-16 fighter jets have destroyed three houses in the Syrian town of Hajin, where IS leaders were meeting. Iraq has been conducting airstrikes within the Syrian border in order to prevent IS infiltration.