Turkish Fighter Jets Bomb 138 Daesh Targets in Syria

Turkish fighter jet continues to bombard Daesh targets in northern Syria in the ongoing Operation Euphrates Shield.

According to Turkish military sources on Monday, the jets bombed 138 Daesh targets including the militant shelters, logistics/planning headquarters.

Monday’s counter-terrorism operation is part of Turkey’s ongoing offensive launched in mid-August to clear Daesh militants of the northern Syrian border.

As Operation Euphrates Shield enters 111th day, more than 1,800 square kilometers (694 square miles) of land in northern Syria have been cleared of Daesh terrorists.

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