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9 ISIS fighters killed, wounded in aerial bombardment in Bashir village

Archival photo
Archival photo

(IraqiNews.com) Kirkuk – A security source in Kirkuk Province announced on Wednesday, that nine members of the so-called ISIS were either killed or wounded in an aerial bombing targeted their headquarters in Bashir village southwest of Kirkuk (250 km north of Baghdad).

The source said in a statement obtained by IraqiNews.com, “Today, unidentified warplane shelled ISIS headquarters in Bashir village (30 km south west of Kirkuk), killing three ISIS fighters and injuring six others.”

The source, who asked anonymity, added, “The air strike also destroyed a number of vehicles belonging to ISIS.”

Noteworthy, Bashir village in Taza area (30 km south west of Kirkuk) is under the control of ISIS since June 2014, including more than 1150 houses and 2500 Turkman families.



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