A senior ISIS commander was reportedly killed in a drone attack carried out by the US-led coalition in the northern Syrian city of Al-Raqqa.

The dead commander, of Uzbek origins, was sitting in his car outside a hotel in the group’s de facto capital when he was hit by a guided missile fired from a drone.

Earlier this week, the US-led coalition airstrikes destroyed a bridge allegedly used by the world-terror group in their fight against the western-backed Kurdish militia.

To the west, at least 6 members from al-Qaeda-affiliated Jabhet al-Nusra, were killed in two US airstrikes in the northern countryside of Idlib province.

Another airstrike targeted a staging point for Ahrar Al-Sham in Bab Al-Salamah border crossing with Turkey.

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