US officials deny airstrike on mosque near al-Qaeda target

The U.S. military says an airstrike Thursday in northwestern Syria targeted a large gathering of al-Qaeda members meeting across the street from a mosque but deny that the mosque was hit.
0:47 | 03/17/17

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Transcript for US officials deny airstrike on mosque near al-Qaeda target
And the US is denying reports it bombed a mosque in Syria and international monitoring group says dozens of worshippers. Are dead after they air strike in northern Syria it did not identify the country responsible but. Both the US led coalition in Russian Syrian aircraft operate in that region. The Pentagon says that it is a neighboring buildings but did not damage the mosque. The White House is being called on to provide more details about payments that former national security advisor Michael Flynn received. From Russian companies. Newly released documents show Flynn. Received more than 67000 dollars in fees and expenses. Elijah comics the ranking Democrat on the house oversight committee believes Flynn may have broken US and military law.

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