Arab and international Since 2017-05-24 at 19:27 (Baghdad time)
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Sixteen civilians, including five children, were killed in raids carried out by United States-led coalition forces on the Syrian village of Barouda, which is under the control of the fighters of the Dahedash organization, west of the city of Raqqa in northern Syria.
"At least 16 civilians, including five brothers, were killed with their mother as a result of the raids that targeted the village, about 15 km west of the city of Raqqa," the observatory director Rami Abdul Rahman said.
The city of Raqqa and neighboring small villages, the stronghold of the strongest and most basic fighters of the organization calling after the city of Mosul, Iraq, which is struggling to stay.
The US-led coalition is using armed groups loyal to it to fight Arab tribal fighters living in the region, as well as Kurdish fighters, who play a key role in fighting the United States. The area ended 29 / m