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At least 12 jihadists killed after bombings in Syria

At least twelve members of the terrorist group Islamic State (EI) were killed by bombing and fighting on the outskirts of the city of Manbech, in northeastern Syria's northern province of Aleppo, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.

Extremists killed by air strikes of the international coalition.

With these dead already amount to 458 members of the EI who have lost their lives in that area since last May 31, when the FSD launched an offensive, with air cover coalition to wrest the radicals control Manbech .

Currently, Manbech still under the rule of EI, but is completely surrounded by the FSD.

On the other hand, the Observatory said the death toll from a bombing on Tuesday 21 June in the city of Al Raqa, the main stronghold of extremists in Syria has risen to 34, among which there are six children and four women.

the origin of the planes that carried out the attack in Al Raqa, usually white in the international coalition of Syrian and Russian aviation is unknown.

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