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2 senior ISIS leaders killed in artillery strike east of Ramadi, says Anbar Operations

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 Anbar Operations Command, Maj. Gen. Ismail al-Mahalawi, announced on Thursday the killing of two ISIS top leaders by an artillery shelling east of Ramadi.

Mahalawi said in a press statement followed by IraqiNews.com, “The army’s artillery of Anbar Operations was able to shell a shelter belonging to the terrorists in the area of Kartman in al-Khalediya Island (23 km east of Ramadi), resulting in the destruction of the shelter.”

Mahalawi added, “The shelling also resulted in the death of two ISIS top leaders, including Muhammed al-Maslawi, the explosives official for ISIS in the area of Kartman.”



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