Coalition shells Daesh’s last pocket east of the Euphrates with phosphorus

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Yesterday, Friday, the international coalition fighter jets dropped napalm on Daesh’s last enclave east of the Euphrates.

The international coalition fighter jets also bombed the surrounding of Al-Baghuz camp in the eastern Deir Ezzor countryside with white phosphorous.

The shelling by the coalition came after the SDF resumed their last battle against Daesh east of Deir Ezzor.

The aerial bombardment by the coalition killed and wounded a number of Daesh elements, and caused fires in the area.

It is indicated that Daesh controls a small geographical area in Al-Baghuz town east of Deir Ezzor, the last remaining area for it east of the Euphrates.

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