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General News    H3'ed 9/18/16

Instead of ISIS, US-Led Bombing Kills Nearly 100 Syrian Soldiers Fighting Them

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An emergency U.N. Security Council meeting was called and an already tenuous cease-fire agreement is under further strain after U.S.-led coalition bombers on Saturday killed nearly one hundred Syrian army soldiers who were battling Islamic State (ISIS) fighters near the Deir al-Zor airport in eastern Syria. Early reporting indicated that between 62 and 90 Syrian troops may have been killed in the U.S.-led airstrikes. 

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