US denies involvement in Aleppo mosque bombing

US commanders have confirmed that an air strike targeted a meeting of al-Qaeda fighters in the Aleppo-Idlib region but insist that no mosque was damaged.

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    US commanders have confirmed that an air strike targeted a meeting of al-Qaeda fighters in the Aleppo-Idlib region but insist that no mosque was damaged. An air strike that hit a mosque in the northern Syrian village of Al Jina resulted in dozens of deaths.

    Al Jazeera’s Shihab Rattansi explains.


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