U.S.-led coalition jets struck areas controlled by ISIS in eastern Syria killing at least 37 members of the global terror organization. The Daesh militants were killed as coalition planes intensified their raids on the village of Souseh, on the eastern banks of the Euphrates river.
Also, dozens of militants were also wounded in the strikes and ground battles, in which the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) managed to advance into parts of Souseh. The missioner backed by ground and aerial bombardments that are targeting the remaining strongholds of ISIS along Syria’s border with Iraq.
In September, SDF announced the final stage of their campaign against Daesh militants in the eastern province of Deir al-Zour. At least 456 Daesh fighters have been killed since the offensive began.