BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 A.M.) – The U.S. Coalition carried out several airstrikes across the Al-Raqqa countryside this weekend, targeting areas with a large concentration of Islamic State (ISIS) militants.

According to local activists, the U.S. Coalition carried out an airstrike over the Al-Andalas Farms of western Raqqa on Sunday, killing at least 18 civilians near the strategic town of Tabaqa.

The Pentagon has not commented on this latest accusation by local activists regarding the massacre of 18 civilians in western Al-Raqqa.

Recently, monitoring groups accused the U.S. of killing more civilians in Raqqa and Mosul than the Russians did during the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) offensive in Aleppo.

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Jorge Saucedo

What do you think war is???? ISIS planned that way, they want to kill every one that does not believe their made up fantasy that shows how stupid are these monsters and some are educated in universities and colleges, hard to believe.
Civilians are being killed so are their animals in farms and homes, but the world needs to get rid of ISIS asap.
Isis has killed thousands of people in the most cruel and grotesque way, but you are not reporting it.
WHAT ARE YOUR PRIORITIES???????