5 ISIS fighters killed in coalition airstrikes in Anbar: army

Commander of the Iraq army's al-Jazeera Operations, Qassem al-Mohammadi
Commander of the Iraqi army’s al-Jazeera Operations, Qassem al-Mohammadi

Anbar – ( Five Islamic State militants were killed and three others were wounded when US-led coalition fighter jets and Iraqi artillery bombarded a booby-trap workshop and another hideout in Anbar, an Iraqi army commander said Thursday.
Qassem al-Mohammadi, commander of the army’s Al-Jazeera Operations said in statements that the strikes targeted the district of Sakra, west of Haditha.
“Our cameras detected the death of five militants, while three others were seriously wounded,” said, Mohammadi , adding that a stack of missiles and other weaponry were destroyed in the strike.
In Rawa, the strikes destroyed a booby-trap workshop, which included two boob-trapped vehicles ready for detonation, according to the military official.

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