The US-led coalition carried out a series of air strikes yesterday in the city of Shadada in Hasakah countryside killing 28 civilians and injuring 15 including children and women. The raids attacked vital institutions like the Agricultural Bank, the Central Bakery and the Post Office in the city. Civilians were standing in a queue waiting for their turn to take their bread then suddenly the jets hit to mix blood with bread, activists from the city said. "Similar attacks were witnessed in ISIS-controlled areas like that in which 100 prisoners were killed by the US-led coalition air strikes in the city of al-Bab in Aleppo eastern countryside," activists said and added: "Most of the casualties at that attack were civilians, and they had nothing to do with ISIS which imprisoned them for wearing tight jeans or drinking wine or for small other ’abuses’."