Children collect items from among the debris of a school for the deaf and mute, destroyed in what activists said were overnight U.S.-led air strikes against the Islamic State, in Raqqa November 24, 2014. REUTERS/Nour Fourat
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The United States and its allies have conducted two dozen strikes against ISIS militants since Friday, launching nine strikes in Syria and 15 strikes in Iraq, according to U.S. Central Command.The strikes destroyed checkpoints, various ISIS fighter units, struck numerous vehicles and hit several buildings, Central Command said.The Observatory said that at least 11 ISIS fighters, "most of them non-Syrians," were killed in a separate strike in Raqqa.Both sides sustained confirmed casualties in the fighting, the Observatory said, while rebel fighters were targeted by regime airstrikes.
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