Syrian jets bombed on Saturday rebel-held eastern areas close to the border with Iraq under the control of the jihadist group the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), killing and injuring dozens in stepped up raids against the militant group since its Iraqi offshoot made stunning gains in northern Iraq.
Air strikes targeted the airport of the oil terminal town of Brega in east Libya on Thursday and a rebel position in the nearby town of Ajdabiyah, a rebel officer said, referring to two rebel-held locations.
Curfew remained in force
in Trehgam, Anantnag and Mattan towns as a precautionary
measure following the death of an injured person in a hospital
here even as restrictions were eased in other areas in the