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US News: The United States announces that you killed Abdul Hamid Al-Matar, an al-Qaeda leader in Syria

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An American Drone Strike killed on Friday, Al-Qaeda's High Officer, Abdul Hamid Al-Matar, northwestern Syria, announced a spokesman the central command of the US military.

The US Army announced, Friday, October 22, have killed a leader of al-Qaeda in a strip of Syria , two days after the attack against a Syrian southern basis used by the Antijahist Coalition led by the United States .

"An American air strike today in Northwestern Syria killed Al-Qaïda Abdul Hamid Al-Matar leader," said Commander John Rigsbee, a central command spokesman of The US Army (Centcom) in a statement.

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The typing was conducted in the Soulouk region, in northern Syria under Turkish control.

"We have not seen any sign of civilian casualties as a result of the typing, which was conducted by a MQ-9 drone," he said with reference to the armed drone nicknamed "Reaper" ("The Moucheruse" " in English).

The spokesman did not specify whether the strike was conducted in retaliation after the Al-Tanf base, used by the Antijahist Coalition near the Syrian borders with Jordan and Iraq, who did not make a victim. According to Centcom, this "deliberate and coordinated" attack had been conducted with drones and artillery fire.

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"Al-Qaeda continues to represent a threat to the United States and our allies," he simply indicated. The group "uses Syria as a fallback base to reconstitute, coordinate with its affiliates and plan operations abroad".

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"The elimination of this al-Qaeda executive will affect the capacity of the terrorist organization to plan and lead attacks against American citizens, partners and innocent civilians," he added.

The Pentagon had eliminated another "al-Qaeda senior" in Syria, Salim Abu-Ahmad, during an air strike near IDLEB , in the northwestern northwestern. He was "responsible for the planning, financing and approval of trans-regional attacks" perpetrated by the Jihadist organization, according to Centcom.

Some 900 US soldiers remain deployed in Northeastern Syrian, where they continue to cooperate with the Syrian Democratic Forces (FDS), and on the basis of Al-Tanf in the South, the confines of Iraq and Jordan .

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