The U.S.-led coalition has carried out a series of airstrikes on training camps and weapons depots of ISIS terrorists in Syria and Iraq.
On October 3, coalition spokesman, Col. Wayne Marotto, announced that airstrikes had destroyed training camps of the terrorist group in Syria’s al-Badiyah desert.
“Combined Joint Task Force – Operation Inherent Resolve used airpower to strike at the heart of Daesh [ISIS] this morning, destroying their terrorist training camps in the remote Badiyah Desert, Syria,” the spokesman said on Twitter, adding “Working together, the Coalition and the Coordination and Military Operations center of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), remain the most capable force to stop Daesh from launching attacks in Syria and abroad.”
Last month, the SDF and the U.S.-led coalition carried out a large-scale operation on the border with Iraq. The operation targeted hideouts and smuggling routes of ISIS terrorists.
Meanwhile in Iraq, the coalition also carried out a series of airstrikes on weapons depots of ISIS in the eastern province of Diyala.
— يحيى رسول | Yehia Rasool (@IraqiSpoxMOD) October 4, 2020
In the last few months, Iraqi government forces stepped up their operations against ISIS cells in the western, northern and eastern parts of the country.
The U.S.-led coalition’s new airstrikes indicate that ISIS terrorists are stepping up their activities in Syria and Iraq. The terrorists are possibly working to reemerge in both countries in a similar fashion to what they did in 2014.
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