On Sunday, the ISIS-linked Amaq news agency announced that 40 civilians were killed after a US-led collation warplane destroyed a civilian building in al-Bado district in Raqqa city.
Opposition sources confirmed the ISIS claims, and revealed that many women and children were among the victims. Amaq claimed that this was the most fatal airstrike on Raqqa city so far.
Meanwhile, the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) repelled an attack of ISIS fighters in al-Mansour district in the eastern part of Raqqa city. SDF fighters killed 21 ISIS fighters and destroyed a VBIED of ISIS before it reached their position in al-Mansour district.
Amaq claimed that 8 SDF fighters were killed and 7 others were injured after they were hit with IEDs west of the children hospital in the southern part of Raqqa city.
Although more than 600 civilians were killed by the US-led coalition in Raqqa city so far, the US-led collation didn’t tune down it’s bombing campaign on the city or announce any new measures to decrease civilian casualties.