Thursday, December 3, 2015

Britain bombs ISIS strongholds in Syria

Within minutes of a 'yes' vote in Parliament, British jets were seen taking off from RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus

After Russia and Turkey, Britain too has joined the war against ISIS as its Tornado jets bombed ISIS strongholds in Syria. The bombing came just 57 minutes after MPs vote.

RAF Tornado GR4s, which carry a range of munitions including Paveway IV guided bombs and precision guided Brimstone missiles, based at the Akrotiri base in Cyprus carried out the first sorties against the extremists.

However, despite majority decision inside the parliament, hundreds of people protested against military action, including one woman who lay down under a lorry bringing Westminster traffic to a standstill outside the Houses of Parliament. 

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