4 Fatth al-Sham fighters killed by US-led coalition strikes
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4 Fatth al-Sham fighters killed by US-led coalition strikes

Orient Net
Date: 2017-01-12 10:38
Four fighters from Jabhat Fatth al-Sham were killed Wednesday night by airstrikes conducted by the US-led coalition jets in Idlib countryside.

The US-led coalition jets targeted a vehicle which was carrying fighters from Jabhat Fatth al-Sham on the road linking the villages of Esqat and Kafr Takharim, killing four fighters, activists reported.

These developments come only hours after the coalition’s planes had launched an unprecedented series of air raids on Jabhat Fatth al-Sham in Idlib killing 14 members including fighters and two leaders.

The frequency of targeting Fatth al-Sham by US-led coalition has recently increased. A couple of days ago the coalition’s planes killed 12 Fatth al-Sham fighters by targeting their vehicles in Idlib countryside near the Turkish border.


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