30 airstrikes by “the crusader alliance” targeted areas northwest of Raqqa

Image Credits: US Navy, Flickr
Image Credits: US Navy, Flickr
The U.S.-led coalition fighting ISIS in Syria has stepped up its attacks on the militant Islamist group’s de facto capital, with 30 airstrikes targeting Raqqa overnight, the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Sunday.

Separately, another opposition activist group based in Raqqa, which is under ISIS control, reported that about 30 airstrikes by “the crusader alliance” targeted areas northwest of the city.

Previously, coalition strikes have primarily targeted Kobani, near the Turkey border. The attacks in Raqqa mark an increase in coalition activity there.

Written by: Eliott C. McLaughlin and Ray Sanchez | CNN
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