Coalition airstrike kills 30 ISIS fighters south of Mosul, rockets laboratory destroyed

US fighter jets - archival
US fighter jets. Archival photo.

( Nineveh – A source in Nineveh Liberation Operations Command announced on Thursday, that the US-led coalition aircraft bombed a laboratory of chlorine-filled rockets and other toxic substances south of Mosul, while pointed out that 30 ISIS militants were killed during the aerial bombing.

The source said in a statement obtained by, “The international coalition aircraft carried out, before noon today, an air strike targeted a laboratory of chlorine-filled rockets, chlorine gas and other toxic materials belonging to ISIS in al-Saawiya village in Qayyara District, killing 30 ISIS fighters who were inside the laboratory.”

The source, who asked to remain anonymous, added, “The bombing also destructed the laboratory completely.”

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