Jordan says it strikes Islamic State in retaliation for pilot's murder

By REUTERS
February 5, 2015 23:10

AMMAN - Jordan's military said on Thursday it had deployed tens of fighter jets in the first strikes against Islamic State in Syria in retaliation for the killing of its captured pilot, which included bombing ammunition depots and training camps. "This is just a beginning.. Tens of planes from fighter jets have struck their hideouts," the army said in a statement.


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