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IAF kills 35 ISIS fighters in central Ramadi

Archival photo of Iraqi military helicopters take off March 29 during a training course in Taji, Iraq.
Archival photo of Iraqi military helicopters take off during a training course in Taji, Iraq.


(IraqiNews.com) Anbar – The commander of al-Haq Police Department in Ramadi city, Maj. Omar Khamis, announced on Monday that 35 ISIS fighters were killed during an air strike that was carried out by the Army Air Force against ISIS sites in central Ramadi.

Maj. Omar Khamis stated in an interview for IraqiNews.com “Today, the Iraqi Air Force (IAF) conducted air strikes against areas of vital importance to ISIS militants in the district of al-Hour, located in central Ramadi,” pointing out that, “The air strikes killed 35 ISIS elements.”

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