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Coalition strike kills dozens of ISIS militants in western Mosul

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Nineveh (IraqiNews.com) On Thursday, a security source in Nineveh province said, that dozens of ISIS militants have been either killed or injured in an air strike by the international coalition in western Mosul.

The source informed IraqiNews, “Warplanes of the international coalition conducted three air strikes against sites for the ISIS group militants in the districts of Badush and al-Ba’aj, located in west of Mosul,” pointing out that, “The air strike resulted in killing and injuring dozens of ISIS militants.”


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  1. Iraqi News does not mention much in its news. There are quite a few different countries in the International Coalition and who are in Iraq to help Iraq and its people fight ISIS. Just on fuel and bombs it would be costing each of those countries many millions of dollars. Nobody knows from what country the fighter planes are that did this helping that’s mentioned in this article, you would think that at least Iraq might out of now and then out of courtesy mention which countries actually are helping Iraq.

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