France bombarded Islamic State (ISIS) targets in Syria on Monday from jets from the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier newly deployed in the eastern Mediterranean, hours after announcing similar strikes in Iraq, AFP reported.
"Two air force Mirage 2000s were engaged in the mission," the French defense ministry said. "Simultaneously four Rafale Marines from the aircraft carrier joined them over Syria."
The ministry added that the jets targeted a site in the northern town of Raqa, the jihadist group's de facto Syrian capital.
France launched its first air strikes from the aircraft carrier earlier Monday, targeting ISIS in Iraq.
The Syria air raids happened at 1830 GMT and "destroyed an active site occupied by terrorist fighters in Raqa," the ministry said, according to AFP.
The attacks destroyed all their targets including a command centre, vehicle dumps and maintenance facilities, it said.
The action came 10 days after coordinated attacks in Paris which left 130 people dead and for which Islamic State has claimed responsibility.
France has ramped up its fight against ISIS since the attacks and its planes have carried out a number of raids on Raqa from bases in Jordan and the United Arab Emirates in recent days.
The 26 jet fighters on the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier triple France's capacity to carry out strikes in the region.
Over the weekend, the UN Security Council approved a French-drafted resolution authorizing countries to "take all necessary measures" to fight ISIS.
The measure drafted by France calls on all UN member states to "redouble and coordinate their efforts to prevent and suppress terrorist attacks" committed by ISIS and other extremist groups linked to Al-Qaeda.
AFP contributed to this report.