US-led airstrikes continue to target Syrian infrastructure under the control of ISIL terrorists in northern and eastern Syria, reportedly leading to more civilian deaths.
US-led forces attacked ISIL-controlled facilities overnight in Aleppo, Raqqa, Hasakah and Deir ez-Zor provinces, the so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Monday.
The US and its allies have provided no immediate comments on the reported attacks.
One of the strikes hit and set ablaze a grain silo in the town of Manbij in the northwestern province of Aleppo and claimed the lives of a number of workers at the facility, the report said.
The observatory did not mention the exact number of casualties, but the deaths come on top of the 19 civilian fatalities previously reported by the group during the US-led airstrikes.
In the eastern city of Deir el-Zour, an overnight air raid targeted the entrance to Syria’s largest gas plant Conoco on the Iraqi border.
Other Monday strikes targeted the northern town of Tel Abyad on the Syria-Turkey border, hitting a months-long abandoned military base and an empty school.
Meanwhile, the ISIL has escalated its offensives against Syria’s Kurdish city of Kobani.
Over 100,000 people have fled across the border with Turkey to escape the Takfiri attacks.