Artillery are seen lined up in the village of Suway'iah, near the Syrian border town of Albu Kamal, on November 10, 2017.
The U.S.is denying reports the country is responsible for airstrikes in Syria allegedly resulting in multiple fatalities.
A commander in the military alliance backing Syrian President Bashar Assad also told Reuters that drones, "probably American", had bombed positions of Iraqi factions between al-Bukamal and Tanf and Syrian military positions.
The US-led coalition against the Islamic State group on Monday denied Syrian government accusations that it carried out a deadly overnight air strike on pro-regime forces in the country's east.
In Baghdad, Iraqi officials said Popular Mobilization Forces - the mostly Shiite state-sanctioned paramilitaries - came under attack south of the town of Qaim, just across the border from Boukamal.
"No member of the U.S. -led coalition carried out strikes near Albu Kamal", U.S. Central Command spokesman Major Josh Jacques told Reuters.
The Syrian government has repeatedly denounced the attacks of the Western Coalition forces, led by the United States, against the civilian population and positions of the army, which killed hundreds of residents and soldiers.
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The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said earlier that more than 50 fighters allied to the Damascus regime, majority foreign, were killed in Sunday night's raid on Al-Hari in eastern Syria.
The Syrian army, alongside Iran-backed forces including Lebanon's lezbollah and Iraqi groups, drove ISIS from Albu Kamal and its environs past year, but the terrorists have since staged attacks in the area.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based war monitor, said the number of pro-regim casualties had risen to 52.
Asked about the reported air strikes, an Israeli military spokeswoman said: "We do not comment on foreign reports".
Syria's army has been gutted by the country's seven-year conflict and has relied heavily on reinforcements from local militias and from regional allies.
US forces also are based around the Tanf crossing, southwest of the town in the Syrian desert near the borders of Iraq and Jordan.
"For the first time in four years, Dashisha, a notorious transit town for weapons, fighters and suicide bombers between Iraq and Syria, is no longer controlled by ISIS (IS) terrorists", Brett McGurk, the USA president's special envoy for the war against IS, said on Monday.