Airstrike destroys 2 IS booby-trapped vehicles near Anbar

2017/04/19 | 01:28

(Iraq News)- Iraqi Army’s 7th Brigade Command announced, on Tuesday, that an air strike destroyed two booby-trapped vehicles belong to the Islamic State group, west of Anbar.

The command said in a statement that the international coalition air force carried out an air strike on a booby-trapped vehicle, driven by a terrorist, in the city of Anah (210 west of Ramadi), destroying it completely and killing its driver.

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Furthermore, the international coalition conducted another air strike in the city of Rawa (230 km west of Ramadi), destroying a booby-trapped vehicle belonging to the Islamic State and killing its driver.

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Meanwhile, US-led international coalition air force and Iraqi Air Force continue carrying out air strikes on the hideouts and headquarters of the Islamic State in Anah, Rawa and Qaim, west of Anbar, in preparation to liberate these cities.










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