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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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