Iraqi Forces Kill 50 Daesh Terrorists in Mosul, Iraq

Iraqi Defense Ministry announces that fighter jets have killed 50 Daesh terrorists west of Mosul

The Iraqi armed force has killed 50 Daesh terrorist fighters west of Mosul early Thursday.

According to Defense Ministry statement, Iraqi F-16 war jets hit the town of Tel Abta west of Mosul, neutralizing 50 Daesh fighters, including 20 middle-level commanders.

A military operation was launched on October 17, to rid the city of Mosul from by Daesh terrorists, who took control the city in June 2014.

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