U.S., allies strike ISIS, Khorasan in Syria

U.S., allies strike ISIS, Khorasan in Syria

Lt. Gen. William Mayville. briefs reporters at the Pentagon on the three waves of strikes in Syria.
by CNN's Steve Almasy


The Pentagon has released details on airstrikes in Northern and Eastern Syria, which began early Tuesday.  In addition to Tomahawk cruise missiles, the U.S. and its coalition also employed fighter jets, bombers and drones in the campaign to destabilize two separate terror groups in Syria: ISIS and the Khorasan Group, which consists of "senior al Qaeda operatives" who were actively plotting against a U.S. homeland target and Western targets, a senior U.S. official said Tuesday. Follow this live blog for the latest updates on the strikes. You can also read our full story.
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