5 ISIS headquarters destroyed in aerial strike by coalition forces in Mosul

Archival photo.
Archival photo.

( Nineveh – The media official of the paramilitary Peshmerga force, Dalshad Mawloud, announced Saturday, that five headquarters belonging to the ISIS organization have been destroyed in an aerial strike by the international coalition in west of Mosul.

Mawloud stated in an interview for, “Warplanes of the international coalition attacked five headquarters belonging to the ISIS organization in the area of al-Kesk in western Mosul,” noting that, “The attack resulted in the destruction of all of the headquarters.”

He also pointed out that the aerial bombardment resulted in “killing all the militants in those headquarters, in addition to destroying the equipment and vehicles that were inside them.”

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