Late on November 9, a series of airstrikes targeted an alleged headquarters of ISIS in the Turkish-occupied part of northern Aleppo, commonly known as the Euphrates Shielded (ES) region.
Local sources said that several air-launched munitions destroyed the headquarters, that was located in the vicinity of Kafra. The village is located only 10km east of the key city of Azaz.
Nbody was reportedly injured or killed as a result of the airstrikes, which completely erased the alleged ISIS headquarters.
Some opposition activists claimed that the airstrikes were carried out by U.S. warplanes, while other said it was the Turkish Air Force that conducted them. Neither of these claims have been confirmed yet.
Last month, ISIS spokesman Abu Hasan al-Muhajir was killed in a U.S. airstrike on the ES region. Some activists are suggesting that the new attack may have targeted a prominent figure of the terrorist group.