Iraqi Fighter Jets Kill 3 Senior Daesh Commanders & 11 Fighters in Mosul


Iraqi military offensives continue in Daesh held Mosul with latest Iraqi bombardments killing three senior Daesh commanders.

In a joint military operation in northern city of Mosul on Friday, at least 11 terrorists who had accompanied the commanders were also killed in the aerial raids.

Two of their vehicles were blown into flames, Arabic-language al-Sumaria news website reported.

Military operations continue in renewed effort to liberate Fallujah. According to Iraqi Federal Police Forces Commander Lieutenant General Raed Shaker Jawdat, the operations have seen 760 people, mostly women and children evacuated from the embattled city of Fallujah to a safe locality away from the battlefield.



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