The Syrian army said “enemy” rockets struck military bases belonging to Syrian President Bashar Assad’s regime, Syrian state TV reported.An official from a regional alliance including Iran, Hezbollah and Syria, said Monday that the strikes killed 16 people, among them 11 Iranians, according to the New York Times. The report said the bombardment also destroyed 200 missiles. The official spoke on the condition of anonymity, as he was permitted to speak to the press. A report on a Syrian newspaper’s facebook page attributed the attack to the U.S. and Britain. Media outlets affiliated with the Syrian opposition claim 38 government soldiers were killed in the strike in Hama, with an additional 57 wounded.