U.S. military: Eleven more air strikes hit ISIS
Six airstrikes hit ISIS-areas in Syria, and five in Iraq since early Thursday
The United States led six more air strikes against Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in Syria and five in Iraq since early Thursday, according to the U.S.-led military coalition.
The strikes in Syria centered around the key border town of Kobane, destroying nine of the militants' fighting positions, the Combined Joint Task Force said in a statement on Friday.
In Iraq, the five strikes near Ramadi, al-Qaim, al-Asad and Mosul struck various fighting positions as well a building, boats and a barge used by ISIS, according to the statement.
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