A series of airstrikes on the ISIS stronghold of Raqqa, Syria, killed at least 32 ISIS fighters and wounded some 40 others, NBC News reported.
The airstrikes, believed to have been carried out by a U.S.-led coalition, resulted in more than 15 explosions targeting ISIS positions in the Raqqa countryside and capital city, NBC News reported, citing the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
The coalition said it struck Raqqa and other parts of northern and eastern Syria on Sunday.
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It's part of an effort to drive ISIS from territory it controls in Syria and Iraq.