Coalition warplanes kill 8 “terrorists” in aerial bombing west of Fallujah

Archival photo.
Archival photo.

( al-Anbar – The commander of Anbar Operations, Army General Ismail al-Mahalawi, announced the killing of eight “terrorists” in an aerial bombardment by the international coalition aviation west of Fallujah.

Mahalawi said in a statement obtained by, “The international coalition aviation, in coordination with Anbar Operations, had managed to conduct two air strikes against a gathering for ISIS elements in the areas of al-Halabsa and al-Fallahat west of Fallujah (40 km east of Ramadi),” adding that, “The bombing resulted in the destruction of a booby-trapped vehicle driven by a suicide bomber belonging to the [ISIS], in addition to killing 8 terrorists and wounding 2 others.”

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