‘Turkish air raid on “ISIS” convoy in northern Syria,’ Al-Hayat (Saudi Arabia), 29 January 2014,

The Turkish army has reported that it launched an attack on a convoy belonging to the al-Qaeda affiliated Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS). The Islamist group was originally established in Iraq during the 2003 American invasion and has been active in Syria since 2011. The group has battled both regime and opposition forces during the course of the Syrian conflict.

غارة جوية تركية على قافلة لـ”داعش” شمال سورية

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أعلن الجيش التركي أنه شنّ غارة جوية استهدفت قافلة تابعة لتنظيم الدولة الإسلامية في العراق والشام (داعش) في شمال سورية

وأصدر الجيش بياناً نقلته وسائل إعلام تركية أعلن فيه أن مقاتلات “أف-16″ قصفت عدداً من المركبات التابعة لـ”داعش” المرتبطة بتنظيم “القاعدة”، بعدما فتح مسلحون النار على منقطة عسكرية على الحدود التركية- السورية في وقت سابق اليوم

وبحسب البيان، أدى الهجوم إلى تدمير شاحنة (بيك أب) وحافلة تابعة للتنظيم

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Translation

Turkish air raid on “ISIS” convoy in northern Syria

29 January 2014

The Turkish army announced that it launched an air raid targeting a convoy belonging to the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) in northern Syria

The army issued a statement reported by Turkish media outlets in which it announced that F-16 fighter jets bombed a number of vehicles belonging to al-Qaeda affiliated ISIS, after gunmen opened fire on a military area on the Turkish-Syrian border earlier today.

According to the statement, the attack led to the destruction of a pick-up truck and a bus belonging to the organization.

Translated by Kevin Moore.

Article available at al-Hayat.

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