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Strikes on ISIS group in Syria may have hit civilians: Pentagon, Middle East News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

17.9.16

Strikes on ISIS group in Syria may have hit civilians: Pentagon, Middle East News & Top Stories - The Straits Times: But Centcom said that in the Sept 10 raid "near Ar Raqqah, Syria, a strike against an ISIL target may have resulted in the death of civilians near where the strike occurred", employing a alternate term used to refer to the group.

On Sept 7, a raid near Syria's Dayz Az Zawr on ISIS targeted a non-military vehicle that drove into the target area after the weapon was released from the aircraft.

And Sept 12, a bombing near Ash Shaddadah, Syria, during a strike against an ISIS target, another apparently non-military vehicle drove into the target area after the weapon was released from the aircraft, Centcom added.


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