30 ISIS fighters killed, wounded in aerial bombing in Mosul

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Representational file photo Nineveh – A source in Nineveh province announced on Monday, that 30 elements of the so-called ISIS had been either killed or wounded, most of whom were Syrian nationals, during an aerial bombardment by the coalition aircraft in northern Mosul.

The source said in a statement obtained by, “The international coalition aircraft carried out an air strike on a site belonging to ISIS near Mosul at the right axis of the city, killing and wounding 30 ISIS elements, most of whom were Syrian nationals.”

The source, who requested anonymity, added, “The air operation led to the destruction of more than 40 large trucks belonging to ISIS; they were designed to transport goods from the Syrian city of Raqqa to the city of Mosul.”

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