A total of 27 Islamic State terrorists were killed in airstrikes conducted by US-led coalitions against an ISIS hideouts in Iraqi’s western province of Anbar on Sunday.
According to intelligence reports the coalition warplanes pounded on an internet café used by ISIS terrorists as a headquarters in the town of al-Qaim near the border with Syria.
The raid 20 of them killed Nouman al-Zoubaie, commander of the army’s 7th Division, statement was referenced by open sources.
Another raid was conducted in the city of Aana, some 180 kilometers northwest of Iraqi destroying an ISIS post and killing six terrorists, Zoubaie statement further added.
In addition, an international airstrike bombed a booby-trapped vehicle and killed its driver linked to the ISIS, he added.
The air raids in western Iraq and Baghdad car bombing came as the Iraqi security forces, backed by anti-ISIS international coalition, are carrying out a major offensive to drive out ISIS Terrorists from their major stronghold in the western side of Mosul in northern Iraq.