Kobani: Kurdish fighters capture six buildings filled with Islamic State weapons and ammunition

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Fire and smoke rise from a spot in the northern Syrian city of Kobani following airstrikes against the Takfiri ISIL militant group, October 30 2014.

Fire and smoke rise from a spot in the northern Syrian city of Kobani following airstrikes against the Takfiri ISIL militant group, October 30 2014.

BEIRUT (Reuters) – Kurdish fighters captured six buildings used by Islamic State militants besieging the Syrian town of Kobani on Tuesday, and seized a large amount of the jihadist group’s weapons and ammunition, a group monitoring the war said.

Islamic State has been trying to take control of the town, also known as Ayn al-Arab, for more than two months in an assault that has driven tens of thousands of Kurdish civilians over the border into Turkey and drawn strikes by U.S.-led forces.

The hardline Sunni Muslim movement, an offshoot of al Qaeda, has declared an Islamic caliphate covering large areas of land that it has captured in other parts of Syria and neighboring Iraq.

Kurdish fighters seized six buildings used by Islamic State…

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