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Iraqi warplanes kill 5 Afghan ISIS fighters near Fallujah

Iraqi army soldiers jumping in an IAF helicopter before being deployed in their battle positions. Archival photo.
Iraqi army soldiers jumping in an IAF helicopter before being deployed in their battle positions. Archival photo.

(IraqiNews.com) al-Anbar – Media officials with the Ministry of Defense announced on Sunday the killing of 5 Afghan nationals belonging to ISIS in an aerial bombing conducted west of Fallujah by the Iraqi Air Force.

The officials said in a statement received by IraqiNews.com, “Iraqi Air Forces destroyed a shelter belonging to ISIS terrorists and killed 5 Afghans in the area of al-Fallahat west of the city of Fallujah,” adding also that, “The Air Force carried out an air strike on ISIS terrorists in the area of al-Hararat, located in Salahuddin, resulting in the death of 3 [ISIS] elements, in addition to destroying a mortar detachment and killing all of its elements.”



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