The Pentagon released this photo Friday, March 17, 2017, that it said was taken after an airstrike on a meeting of al Qaida leaders in Jinah, Syria. According to the Pentagon, U.S. aircraft deliberately avoided hitting the mosque on the left side of the photo. The Pentagon said dozens of al Qaida terrorists were killed. Monitoring groups have said dozens of civilians died.
The Pentagon released this photo Friday, March 17, 2017, that it said was taken after an airstrike on a meeting of al Qaida leaders in Jinah, Syria. According to the Pentagon, U.S. aircraft deliberately avoided hitting the mosque on the left side of the photo. The Pentagon said dozens of al Qaida terrorists were killed. Monitoring groups have said dozens of civilians died. U.S. Department of Defense
The Pentagon released this photo Friday, March 17, 2017, that it said was taken after an airstrike on a meeting of al Qaida leaders in Jinah, Syria. According to the Pentagon, U.S. aircraft deliberately avoided hitting the mosque on the left side of the photo. The Pentagon said dozens of al Qaida terrorists were killed. Monitoring groups have said dozens of civilians died. U.S. Department of Defense

Pentagon denies airstrike hit mosque in Syria, says target was al Qaida militants

March 17, 2017 5:33 PM

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