Today MPs are debating if the UK should launch airstrikes on Syria.
The US, France and Russia are already carrying out airstrikes and it’s a battle that Britain could be joining today.
While our politicians decide whether our troops should drop bombs, let’s take a look at the warzone.
Islamic State’s brutal regime – and missiles dropped from above – have devastated many of Syria’s villages and towns.
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Pictures obtained by Sean Swan show dead bodies strewn on the ground in Ain Issa, a town located on the front line of the fight between the Kurdish forces and Islamic State.
Another image shows a discarded suicide vest, undetonated, perhaps because the intended wearer is already dead.
Ain Issa is in between Kobani to Raqqa, an Isis stronghold which has already been targeted by airstrikes.
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Prime Minister David Cameron said that RAF airstrikes against Islamic State are needed to ‘keep the British people safe’.
He added that the Government will not deploy British soldiers in ground force operations in Syria.
While leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn thinks the PM’s plans have ‘no clear strategy, no coherent coalition, no credible ground forces and no proper plan to defeat Isis.’
MPs are currently in a 10-hour debate, deciding if UK will launch airstrikes on Syria.
The vote is expected at 10pm tonight.
A full report on the war in Syria is to be broadcast on ITV News tonight.
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2 December 2015 | 12:55 pm – Source: metro.co.uk