Tribal spies in Syria help U.S. win drone war against Islamic State
AMMAN, Sept 13 (Reuters) – When the U.S. military targeted Islamic State commander Maher al-Agal with a drone strike in northern Syria in July, there was little chance it would miss. The reason? Revenge.
With Islamic State’s last battle-hardened forces holed up in remote areas, the United States is turning to the aid of tribesmen burning to exact revenge…
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