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Source: Iraqi warplanes kill 40 ISIS leaders in Anbar

Archival photo.
Archival photo.

(IraqiNews.com) A security source in Anbar declared Sunday the death of nearly 40 leaders in the ISIS organization in an aerial bombing that targeted a site for them in the province.

The source informed IraqiNews.com, “In the late hours of yesterday, Iraqi Army Aviation conducted an air strike against Kabisa plant in Anbar province, killing about 40 leaders of the organization,” adding also that, “The bombing led to the destruction of tens of vehicles for ISIS.



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  1. Always killing so many ISIS leaders and I now start to wonder if they really were leaders or probably just some fighters gathering for a birthday party or something like that.

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