WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States military has found enough credible information to begin a formal investigation into allegations that U.S.-led coalition air strikes killed civilians on July 19 in Syria, a spokesman for the coalition fighting Islamic State, Colonel Chris Garver, said on Wednesday.


Garver said a credibility assessment had been completed and the formal investigation had been initiated.


(Official correction: Pentagon changes date in first paragraph from July 20 to July 19)


(Reporting by Idrees Ali and Yeganeh Torbati)