Canada launches its first anti-ISIS airstrikes in Syria

Two Canadian F-18 fighters targeted former Syrian military buildings that had been taken over by ISIS near the northern city of Raqa.

Canada conducted its first air strikes against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants on Wednesday, expanding its role in the U.S. coalition against the militant group in Syria.

Two F-18 fighters targeted former Syrian military buildings that had been taken over by ISIS near the northern city of Raqa, the Globe and Mail newspaper reported. The strikes were carried out with a group of 10 aircraft, including six U.S. planes.

The warplanes also used precision-guided munitions before safely returning to base, the Canadian military said.
 
 
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