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The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

A child and 11 IS militants killed in US- led coalition airstrikes on al- Raqqa

Al-Raqqah Province:

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights activists in the city of Raqqa were able to document the deaths of 11 militants of the “Islamic State” by airstrikes carried out by the coalition’s warplanes which targeted the city of Al-Raqqah, where they struck  al-  Panorama area in the city Al-Raqqah, in addition to an IS headquarter in the industrial area at the east of Al-Raqqah city killing 11 members of IS, including a member of an Asian nationals.

 

Medical sources reported to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights that a child was killed by airstrikes carried out by the coalition warplanes on the farms of al-Asadiyyeh area, located to the north of Raqqah city. Meanwhile, information reported the deaths of three people due to aerial bombardment by warplanes on areas in the countryside of Al-Raqqah.

 

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights Activists in the city of Raqqa knew that the “Islamic State” arrested dozens of young men and men in the town of Al-Raqqah during the past days, where they were working as activists and former fighters of the rebel and Islamic factions before the “Islamic State” took control of Al-Raqqah city.

 
It is noteworthy that coalition aircrafts  killed 2 days ago 4 members of the “Islamic State”, one of them is a local leader of Saudi nationality, they were targeted at the outskirts of Al-Raqqah city. The coalition warplanes have targeted a security leader of Uzbek nationality at July 7, when he was in his car outside a hotel in the area near al-N’eem roundabout at the center of the city killing him immediately and two other civilians who happened to be there, one of them from the province of Aleppo.

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