Iraqi air force killed 36 IS militants in Syria, including 5 heads.

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 Iraqi air force killed 36 IS militants in Syria, including 5 heads.


Iraq joint action command issued a statement 22, said that, based on information department information, 19 Iraqi fighters on the Islamic armed elements of the hiding place carried out a bombing, including a base of an extremist group. Abdel Amir Arara, a spokesman for the joint action command, said in a telephone interview with Xinhua news agency that the intelligence department confirmed that 5 of the leaders of the Islamic state in the stronghold had been killed and another head injured in the leg. The Iraqi Prime Minister and commander in chief of the armed forces, Abadi, ordered the air force to carry out air strikes on the Islamic state armed in Syria and near the border of Iraq on 19 days. Iraqi Prime Minister al al buddy announced last December 9th that the government troops have recovered all territory controlled by the Islamic state. At present, some extremists are still hiding in remote areas of Iraq, waiting for the opportunity to launch attacks. Source: Xinhua: Zhang Miao, Cheng Shuai Peng, editor in chief: Li Tian Yi _NN7528 Iraq joint action command issued a statement 22, said that, based on information department information, 19 Iraqi fighters on the Islamic armed elements of the hiding place carried out a bombing, including a base of an extremist group. Abdel Amir Arara, a spokesman for the joint action command, said in a telephone interview with Xinhua news agency that the intelligence department confirmed that 5 of the leaders of the Islamic state in the stronghold had been killed and another head injured in the leg. The Iraqi Prime Minister and commander in chief of the armed forces, Abadi, ordered the air force to carry out air strikes on the Islamic state armed in Syria and near the border of Iraq on 19 days. Iraqi Prime Minister al al buddy announced last December 9th that the government troops have recovered all territory controlled by the Islamic state. At present, some extremists are still hiding in remote areas of Iraq, waiting for the opportunity to launch attacks.