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Iraq warplanes destroy Daesh sites in Syria

An Iraqi air force crew chief marshals a King Air 350 intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft to the taxiway, at New Al Muthana Air Base, Iraq [US Air Force / Senior Airman Perry Aston]
An Iraqi air force crew chief marshals a King Air 350 intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft to the taxiway, at New Al Muthana Air Base, Iraq [US Air Force / Senior Airman Perry Aston]

The Iraqi Air Force bombed a strategic site belonging to Daesh in the province of Hasaka; the defence ministry said yesterday.

A statement issued by the Joint Operations Command said: “Iraqi F-16 fighters have destroyed a logistics and support command centre belonging to IS [Daesh], south of the area of Deshisha.”

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The Command did not reveal in its statement, the number of deaths or damages caused by the air strikes.

Earlier this month, Iraqi warplanes under orders from the Prime Minister, Haider Al-Abadi, bombed a site belonging to Daesh south of Deshisha, south of Hasaka countryside in Syria.

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