Turkish soldiers filter the access at Mursitpinar crossing gate as Syrian Kurdish people try to pass to Syria near the border at the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province, on September 28, 2014. AFP PHOTO/BULENT KILIC
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U.S.-led coalition planes pounded oil and gas sites near Syria's border with Turkey Sunday in a bid to choke off funding for ISIS, as Syria's Al-Qaeda branch warned that Europeans and Americans would "pay the price" for the aerial offensive.The United States, along with coalition partners Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, also targeted four makeshift refineries and an ISIS command and control post, all north of Raqqa in Syria, U.S. Central Command said.Another round of strikes destroyed a tank and damaged another in Deir al-Zor in eastern Syria, U.S. Central Command said.The Observatory says at least 19 civilians have been killed so far in coalition strikes in Syria.The opening salvo of the U.S.-led bombing campaign in Syria targeted the Nusra Front and at least 57 fighters from the group have been killed in the air campaign, the Observatory said.
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