Coalition strikes ISIS targets in Syria ahead of US withdrawal

A joint coalition task force led by the United States announced that airstrikes and coordinated attacks took out “several hundred” Islamic State fighters in Syria.

The operation took place in the middle Euphrates River Valley in Syria between Dec. 16 and Dec. 22 — overlapping with President Trump’s unexpected announcement that the U.S. would withdraw its roughly 2,000 troops from the country.

“These coordinated attacks destroyed ISIS logistics facilities and staging areas; ultimately this severely degraded ISIS capabilities to maneuver and control their attack formations, but also removed several hundred ISIS fighters from the battlefield,” the Tuesday press release by Operation Inherent Resolve reads.

Continue reading at the Washington Examiner.

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