France has conducted air strikes on the so-called Islamic State-controlled city of Raqqa in northern Syria, the French Defence Ministry has confirmed.
A militant headquarters and communications centre and an ammunition dump were reportedly hit during the strikes.
The strikes involved 10 fighter jets dropping 20 bombs.
A French defence official has told AP the "massive" strikes destroyed two "jihadi sites" in Raqqa.
BREAKING: French defense official: 'massive' airstrikes destroy 2 jihadi sites in Raqqa, Syria
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