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Coalition warplanes and IAF bomb ISIS sites in Ramadi

Representational file photo.
Representational file photo.

(IraqiNews.com) Anbar – Ramadi’s Mayor in Anbar province, Dalaf al-Kubaisi confirmed on Thursday, that the international coalition warplanes and the Iraqi Army Aviation bombed ISIS sits in the district of Ramadi and the surrounding areas, noting that the bombing aimed to destabilize the abilities of ISIS.

Kubaisi said in an interview for IraqiNews.com, “today, the international coalition warplanes and the Iraqi army aviation shelled ISIS sites in Ramadi and the surrounding areas controlled by the terrorist and criminal groups.”

“The aim of the bombing is to destabilize the abilities of ISIS in those areas, which are important and vital sites,” pointing out that, “the bombing inflicted large material and human losses,” Kubaisi added.



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