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12 ISIS elements killed by artillery shelling west of Heet

Iraqi security forces fire an artillery during clashes with the ISIS militants in Jurf al-Nasr (Jurf al-Sakhr), 60 km from the capital Baghdad. Archival photo.
Iraqi security forces fire an artillery during clashes with the ISIS militants in Jurf al-Nasr (Jurf al-Sakhr), 60 km from the capital Baghdad. Archival photo.

(IraqiNews.com) al-Anbar – The commander of al-Jazeerah Operations, Maj. Gen. Qasim al-Muhammadi, announced on Thursday killing 12 ISIS elements in the area of al-Doulab west of Heet.

Muhammadi said in a press statement obtained by IraqiNews.com, “The artillery of the army’s Seventh Division of al-Jazeerah Operations had managed to shell one of the ISIS shelters in the area of al-Doulab west of Heet (70 km west of Ramadi), resulting in the complete destruction of the shelter,” adding that, “The shelling led to the death of 12 terrorists that were present inside the shelter.”



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