The Syrian Observatory For Human Rights

About 50 members of ISIS were killed in the airstrikes that targeted a column of them withdrawing from the Syrian Desert towards to the southern countryside of Al-Raqqah

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights learned that the airstrikes that were carried out by warplanes unknown whether they belong to Russia or the regime, and targeted a column of the “Islamic State” organization 72 hours ago, have left tens killed and injured, in addition to destruction and damages of number of vehicles, and in the details obtained by the Syrian Observatory, at least 50 members and leaders of “Islamic State” organization’s groups of Syrian and non-Syrian nationalities were killed in the airstrikes that targeted vehicles they were traveling in during their withdrawal from areas in the Syrian desert towards the southern countryside of al-Raqqa, and the death toll is expected to rise because there are some injured in critical condition.