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U.S.-led aircrafts bomb Biji intensively, 25 ISIS militants killed

Representational file photo.
Representational file photo.


Salahuddin (IraqiNews.com) On Sunday, a security source in Salahuddin province said, that the U.S.-led international coalition have begun bombing ISIS sites intensively in the district of Biji, located 40 km north of Tikrit.

The source stated to IraqiNews in an interview, “Today, warplanes of the international coalition have begun intensively bombing shelters and headquarters for the ISIS group militants in central Biji,” pointing out that, “The coalition’s warplanes have used high missile technology that works to destroy ISIS shelters that contains improvised explosives.”

“The air strikes have come in preparation for storming the district and liberating it from ISIS militants,”

“25 elements of the ISIS group have been killed in the strikes on al-Mallaha area in south of Biji,” the source affirmed.

 

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  1. Keep more bombs coming, soon they will be running off to Turkey and they will get executed by their own Wahhabi scumbags for desertion. Long live Iraq and the Shi’a

  2. keep bombing them ,the isis, their dead is a good fertile for a greener Irag after they all gone, Iraq people stand for you better future..

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