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BEIRUT (AP) — Activists say today's airstrikes led by the United States in Syria included one that hit a grain silo and reportedly killed civilians.
It was among the air raids targeting towns and villages in northern and eastern Syria controlled by the Islamic State group.
A British activist group says coalition forces hit Islamic State group facilities overnight in four provinces. The head of the group says the strike on the grain silo killed only civilians, and that there were no Islamic State group militants at the site.
There's no comment on the strikes from the U.S. or its allies.
The activist group says one overnight strike hit the entrance to Syria's largest gas plant, though the facility itself was not damaged.
231-a-16-(Falah Mustafa Bakir (FAH'-lah moo-STAH'-fah bah-KEER'), foreign minister, Iraq's northern Kurdish region, in AP interview)-"these strikes effective"-Falah Mustafa Bakir, representing Iraq's northern Kurdish region, says defeating the Islamic State group will take more than airstrikes. (29 Sep 2014)
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232-a-09-(Falah Mustafa Bakir (FAH'-lah moo-STAH'-fah bah-KEER'), foreign minister, Iraq's northern Kurdish region, in AP interview)-"and defeat them"-Falah Mustafa Bakir, representing Iraq's northern Kurdish region, says the weaponry provided to the Kurds fighting the Islamic State group is appreciated, but not nearly enough. (29 Sep 2014)
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