Jordan air strike destroys ISIS bomb car workshop
Jordanian air force warplanes and drones attacked ISIS positions in southern Syria Saturday, two years after the jihadists released a video showing one of its pilots being burned alive in a cage. Amman reported that the strikes destroyed an arms depot, a warehouse for making car bombs and several barracks. A number of Daesh members were killed or wounded.
In northern Syria, Turkish forces claimed to have killed 51 ISIS fighters in Al-Bab in the sixth month of its operation to capture the strategic town.