Turkish military: US-led coalition planes hit ISIS in north Syria
Two A-10 planes hit and destroyed two ISIS targets, the military said in a statement, without elaborating
US-led coalition warplanes hit ISIS targets near the Syrian frontier town of Jarablus overnight, the Turkish military said on Tuesday, as forces backed by Ankara pushed deeper into north Syria.
Two A-10 planes hit and destroyed two ISIS targets, the military said in a statement, without elaborating.
Turkey-backed forces seized Jarablus from ISIS militants last week. They have since pushed into areas held by Kurdish-aligned militias.
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