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Iraqi PM: Iraqi air force on Thursday carried out a “deadly raid” against ISIS in Syria

2018/04/19 | 22:15

(Iraq Now News)- “These raids demonstrate the growing capacity of our armed forces to hunt down and liquidate terrorists,” it added.

The US-led coalition fighting IS said the air strike targeted an area of eastern Syria’s Deir Ezzor province near Hajin, around 50 kilometers (30 miles) from the border with Iraq.

The strike, carried out with intelligence support from the coalition, “demonstrates Iraq’s commitment to destroy Daesh (ISIS) remnants who continue to threaten their citizens”, said Brigadier General Robert B.

Sofge, deputy commander of coalition operations.

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