Coalition warplanes kill 19 ISIS elements south of Mosul

Archival photo.
Archival photo.

( Nineveh – A local source in Nineveh province said on Thursday, that 19 ISIS members, mostly Afghan and Saudi nationals, had been killed in an aerial bombing by the international coalition south of Mosul.

The source reported for, “Today, warplanes of the international coalition shelled a headquarters for ISIS in the area of al-Hadar (110 km south of Mosul), resulting in the death of 19 ISIS elements, most of whom were Afghan and Saudi nationals,” pointing out that, “The ISIS war minister in Nineveh was among the dead.”

The source, who requested to remain anonymous, added, “The aerial bombing was based on accurate intelligence received by the coalition forces.”

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