Turkish Air Force bombed the Syrian territory near the town of Ain al-Arab. The purpose of the bombing was to destroy the Islamic State.
The attacks were conducted near the town of Ain al-Arab, where extremists were fighting against the Kurdish militia.
According to Syrian human rights activists, the planes that conducted the attacks were the aircraft of the US-led coalition. Today, the forces of the coalition - the aviation of the United States and its allies, including Arab countries, began to deliver strikes on militant positions in Syria. Today, the aviation bombs the territory in the vicinity of the city of Aleppo.
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