On Monday, SAA warplanes launched strikes against ISIS targets in al Bawlieh, Maadan, al Khmaisieh, al Jaber, and al Numaisa in the south of Raqqah.
Russian MoD announced its forces will treat U.S.-led coalition aircraft and drones as targets if they are operating in Syrian airspace in areas while Russian aviation is on combat missions.
Sources say at least 20 civilians were killed in US-led coalition airstrike near Syria’s Raqqa city held by ISIS.
ISIS launched a surprise offensive on the Tanf Border Crossing between Syria and Iraq following a powerful car bomb attack on the border outpost which killed three insurgents from the FSA’s Osoud al Sharqiyah (Lions of the East).
The U.S. Navy fired more than 50 tomahawk cruise missiles at the Shayrat Military Airport in the eastern countryside of the Homs province.
Russian Tupolev Tu-95 jets had taken off from Russia and flown over Iran and Iraq to get to Syria’s Raqqa, where they targeted ISIS positions using X-101 cruise missiles.
ISIS media source Al Amaq said the Syrian and Russian combat jets conducted over 40 airstrikes in the eastern countryside of Aleppo targeting the ISIS defenses at a number of villages inside the Al Bab Plateau and Deir Hafer Plain.
Russian fighter jets conducted a few airstrikes in Syria’s province in the north-east Deir Ezzor, targeting ISIS oil facilities.
Turkey dispatched a large number of forces and more equipment to the surrounding areas of Al Bab city to start fresh operation against ISIS.
At least 21 terrorists were killed, wounded and captured by Turkish army in N. Syria in the last 24 hours during the Operation Euphrates Shield.