The US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) have captured most of the village of As-Susah in the Euphrates Valley from ISIS. According to pro-Kurdish sources, the SDF has repelled a series of ISIS counter-attacks involving car bombs and thus it’s now about to establish a full control of the area.
The SDF advance was actively supported by US-led coalition airstrikes. According to pro-government and pro-opposition sources, these strikes caused a large number of civilian casualties. Washington denies this claiming that all targets were belonging to ISIS.