Jordan bombed IS in Syria on Wednesday: US officials

An image grab taken from a video released by the Islamic State group's official Al-Raqqa site via YouTube on September 23, 2014, allegedly shows recruits marching in an unknown locationWashington (AFP) – Jordanian warplanes carried out a bombing raid against the Islamic State group in Syria on Wednesday as part of a second day of US-led air strikes against the jihadists, two US defense officials told AFP.


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