Turkish War Jets Bombard 10 Daesh Targets in Northern Syria

Turkish war jets have conducted aerial bombardments destroying 10 Daesh targets in northern Syria as part of the ongoing offensive named ‘Operation Euphrates Shield’

According to the Turkish Armed Forces in a statement, the targets in the regions of Bratah, Bab, Bzagah and Zarzur were destroyed in air sorties.

The airstrikes targets destroyed included four buildings and three checkpoints used by the militants as weapon emplacements, shelters and a headquarter.

Friday 9th December 2016 marks the 108th day of the Operation Euphrates Shield taking place on Turkish-Syrian border.

The operation began in late August to improve security, support coalition forces and eliminate the terror threat along Turkey’s border using Free Syrian Army fighters and backed by Turkish armor, artillery and war jets.

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- Shmuel Yosef Agnon is a Senior Writer and Editor at the Strategic Intelligence Service. Specialize in writing intelligence reports, geopolitics, military intelligence and crime reports analysis. Agnon holds a Bachelor of Arts in mass media and journalism and a master's degree in international media relations from Winchester, University, England.

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