Iraqi Air Force Bombs ISIS Leader’s Convoy – Fate Unknown
The Iraqi Air Force has successfully bombed the convoy of ISIS’s leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
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Baghdadi was headed to Karabla to attend a meeting with Daesh commanders when his convoy was struck.
However, as of this time the U.S. has not been able to confirm the fate of this “caliph” al-Baghdadi. Conflicting reports have said he is injured, others say he is dead and other say he was unhurt.
We will keep you updated as this develops.
From Sputnik News:
The Iraqi Air Force has hit the convoy of the leader of the Islamic State Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in the country’s western province of Anbar, Reuters reports citing military statement.
The fate of “caliph” al-Baghdadi is unknown.
The local Shafaq News portal reported citing the Iraqi army’s statement that the airstrike had been carried after the intelligence received information on al-Baghdadi’s route to a meeting with the leadership of the terrorist organization.
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