**Syria Airstrikes Target IS Oil Facilities**
Airstrikes hit oil refineries near Syria's border with Turkey early Sunday in the ongoing offensive against Islamic State militants.
A U.S.-led military coalition has targeted similar facilities in the last week to stop the flow of millions of dollars in daily oil production revenue to the group, which has taken over parts of Syria and Iraq in recent months.
The U.S. Defense Department said coalition warplanes on Saturday struck a northern Syrian town that has been under militant siege for nearly two weeks.
Activists and Kurdish officials said Islamic State fighters fired rockets into the town, known both as Kobane and Ain al-Arab. At least 12 people were reported wounded in the rocket attacks, while no immediate casualty estimates were released for the coalition strikes.
The Islamic State siege at Kobane has sent 160,000 refugees streaming into Turkey, while hundreds of Kurdish fighters inside Turkey have crossed into the Syrian town to defend it.
**US Drone Attack Kills 4 in Pakistan's Restive Northwest **
A U.S. drone strike killed four suspected militants Sunday in Pakistan's northwest tribal region, with Islamabad's air force launching other deadly attacks near the Afghan border.
Officials in Pakistan say two missiles were fired from the unmanned U.S. aircraft. The attack killed two Arab militants and two of their local allies after they parked their vehicle near the house of militant commander Ainullah and were drinking water as they stood on the road.
The U.S. drone strikes were resumed in Pakistan in June after a six-month hiatus. At the same time, Pakistan launched a military operation in North Waziristan, with the army saying it has killed more than 1,000 militants so far.
On Sunday, the Pakistani air force said its airstrikes destroyed five insurgent hideouts, killing 15 militants.