U.S.-led forces launch eight strikes in Kobane
Out of the 17 air strikes which targeted ISIS in Syria, Iraq, eight hit the contested border town of Kobane
Eight of the 10 airstrikes by the U.S.-led campaign against ISIS in Syria were in the contested border town of Kobane near the Turkish border, the U.S. military said.
The Combined Joint Task force said two other strikes hit a crude oil collection point near Dayr az Zawr and an ISIS weapons stockpile near Raqqa, in the province where a Jordanian pilot was taken captive in northeast Syria.
The strikes in Iraq targeted ISIS units and property in al-Qaim, Sinjar, Fallujah and Tal Afar.
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