Smokes rises after a mortar bomb landed in the city center of Kobani in Syria as fighting intensified between Syrian Kurds and the militants of ISIS, seen from Mursitpinar near Suruc, Turkey, Friday, Oct. 3, 2014. (AP/Burhan Ozbilici)
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A U.S.-led coalition has carried out new airstrikes against jihadists from ISIS outside a key Syrian Kurdish border town, activists said Saturday.An activist from the town, Mustafa Ebdi, also reported the strikes.The raids followed a day of relentless bombardment of Kobani by ISIS forces that have surrounded the town, Syria's third largest Kurdish town.The Observatory too reported heavy fighting Saturday morning, particularly on the southwestern front, adding that ISIS was continuing to shell the town.
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