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4 ISIS terrorists killed in Salahuddin

2018/07/17 | 22:35

(Iraq Now News)- Four ISIS terrorists were killed Tuesday during a military operation in Salahuddin province, the Iraqi Security Media Center announced.

“Security forces, backed by Iraqi warplanes, managed to kill four ISIS terrorists within the framework of the Martyrs’ Revenge Operation recently announced by Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi,” Spokesman for Iraqi Security Media Center Yahya Rasool said.

The troops also destroyed a hideout belongs to ISIS in the operation, the statement read.

Iraq declared the collapse of ISIS territorial influence last November with the recapture of Rawa, a city on Anbar’s western borders with Syria, which was the group’s last bastion in Iraq.

Last Modified: 07 17 2018 03:01 PM

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