Drone Attack Claims Lives of 3 US Soldiers in Jordan, Dozens Injured

Overnight, a drone attack on a small US outpost in Jordan resulted in the loss of three US Army soldiers' lives, leaving at least two dozen service members injured, as reported by CNN. This marks the first instance of US troops being killed by enemy fire in the Middle East since the onset of the Gaza war.

Iran denies links to Jordan drone strike that killed 3 US troops

Iran denied U.S. and British accusations that it supported militant groups behind a drone strike in Jordan that killed three U.S. military personnel, Tehran's official IRNA news agency reported on Monday.

"These claims are made with specific political goals to reverse the realities of the region," IRNA quoted foreign ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani as saying.

The number of wounded US soldiers is growing; Biden: We know who is behind the attack

It is likely to rise further as soldiers seek medical attention for symptoms related to traumatic brain injury, two US officials said.
They told CNN that the combat drone exploded near the premises where the American soldiers were housed.
US President Joseph Biden said the attack was carried out by "radical militant groups supported by Iran".