Tuesday 30 May 2017 | 8:57 PM Damascus Local Time
  • Syria Democratic Forces Control A Town North Of Raqqa

    Syria

    Raqqa (Qasioun) - Syrian Democratic forces, SDF, took control of the town of Assad's farm north of the city of Raqqa on Tuesday morning after clashes with the Islamic State militant group, ISIS, amid mutual bombardment by the two sides.

     

    Meanwhile the aircrafts of the US-led coalition launched several air raids on the city of Raqqa, in parallel with artillery shelling since yesterday evening, killing six civilians.

     

    Noteworthy that SDF recently have taken control of a number of villages and towns in the northern and western part of the city as part of the battle of the "The Anger of The Euphrates", which aims to control the city of Raqqa from the hand of ISIS.

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