Iraqi forces on Sunday morning conducted anti-terror raids killing 50 and injuring some 250 Daesh Takfiris on several fronts.
The country’s armed forces carried out fresh airstrikes in Western Ramadi, Anbar’s provincial capital according to a report by Iraq’s War Media.
The air raids by Iraqi F-16 war jets targeted the militant held Forqan military base near Ramadi’s Raveh district, based on precise obtained by the army’s intelligence unit, the media report added.
A large quantity of explosives was confiscated at the militant base, which was used by the terrorists for making car bombs and other purposes.
The strikes also killed 50 Daesh terrorists, among them ringleader Osama al-Qanzi, also known as Abu Salman.
The media report also said that the Iraqi war jets conducted similar aerial sorties in other Anbar neighborhoods including Anah, Qa’im and Akashat that left some 140 Daesh Takfiris dead and scores injured.