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Turkish jets destroys 17 Islamic State targets in northern Syria

Zee News Monday, 21 November 2016
Turkish jets on Sunday night destroyed some 17 Islamic State (IS) targets near Al-Bab in northern Syria under the Euphrates Shield operation.
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