Smoke rises from the Syrian town of Kobani, as seen from near the Mursitpinar border crossing on the Turkish-Syrian border in the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province October 8, 2014.REUTERS/Umit Bektas
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U.S. and coalition warplanes kept up bombing raids on ISIS jihadists near the Syrian border town of Kobani on Wednesday, as America's top military officer acknowledged difficulties in tracking the militants from the air.US and allied bombers, fighter jets and robotic drones hit ISIS Tuesday and Wednesday with four strikes south of Kobani, destroying an armored personnel carrier, three vehicles and an artillery piece, the military's Central Command said in a statement.Coalition warplanes on Wednesday also bombed ISIS positions with two strikes northwest of Raqa, hitting a training camp, and a raid in Deir Ezzor, destroying a tank.Coalition planes also renewed air strikes on ISIS militants in Iraq Tuesday and Wednesday, with five bombing raids by fighter jets and unmanned drones, Central Command said.
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