IS explosives official killed by airstrike in Syria

IS explosives official killed by airstrike in Syria
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Deir Ezzor (Syria News) The so-called Islamic State explosives official was killed by an air strike in Syria, SANA reported on Monday.

The Syrian News agency said that a Saudi member of the radical Islamic State group, called Abu Ayman al-Gizrawi, who was serving as the explosives official in the terrorist group, was killed in the city of Albukamal, south of Deir Ezzor on borders with Iraq.

Meanwhile, some unofficial news websites claimed that Gizrawi was killed in an air strike that was carried out by the US-led international coalition on the Islamic State’s headquarters in the city.

Earlier this week, Syrian army announced recapturing several villages and oil fields in the countryside of Deir Ezzor and Raqaa, after destroying dozens of the Islamic State’s vehicles and mechanisms.

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