US air raid in Syria killed two children: military

This US Air Forces Central Command photo released by the Defense Video & Imagery Distribution System shows a pair of US Air Force F-15E Strike Eagles flying on September 23, 2014 after conducting airstrikes in Syria (AFP Photo/Senior Airman Matthew B
 US air strikes last year against Islamist extremists in Syria killed two children by mistake, officials said Thursday, marking the first time the American military acknowledged inflicting civilian casualties in the war.
"We regret the unintentional loss of lives," Lieutenant General James Terry, head of the US-led air campaign against the Islamic State group, said in a statement, citing the results of an investigation.

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