Coalition warplane shelled Iraqi army’s headquarters in Fallujah, 14 casualties

An A-10 Thunderbolt aircraft. Archival photo.
An A-10 Thunderbolt aircraft. Archival photo.

( al-Anbar – On Saturday, a security source in Anbar province said, that the international coalition had shelled a headquarters for the Iraqi army in the district of Fallujah.

The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, informed that, “Today, an aircraft belonging to the international coalition led by the United States against ISIS had shelled a headquarters for the Iraqi army’s 1st battalion in the district of al-Fallujah,” pointing out that, “The shelling resulted in killing 6 Iraqi soldiers and wounding 8 others.”


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  1. I call b******t. More propoganda, lies, and takes told by people who don’t know the difference between rat s**t and Rice Crispies.

  2. Obvious propaganda and lies by those who do not want the international countries in Iraq to help Iraq. Besides all bombing missions in Iraq are jointly organised and overseen by the Iraqi Airforce and they certainly would not bomb their own country’s army headquarters.

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