BREAKING: At Least 100 DEAD After 15 Airstrikes DESTROY Town- Here’s What We Know

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BAGHDAD — One hundred ISIS militants were killed on Tuesday during 15 airstrikes by Iraqi jets against ISIS posts in Iraq’s western province of Anbar, the Iraqi military reported.

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According to intelligence reports, jet fighters carried out 11 airstrikes against ISIS militant hideouts in the ISIS-held town of Aana, killing 47 ISIS militants, said Iraq’s Joint Operations Command (JOC) in a statement.

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Aana is located 180 km northwest of Baghdad, Iraq’s capital city. The warplanes also carried out four further airstrikes against ISIS posts in the ISIS-held town of al-Qaim, 330 km northwest of Baghdad, killing 53 ISIS militants, according to the statement.

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The airstrikes targeted ISIS militants in general as well as car bomb-manufacturing sites and suicide bombers’ safe houses, according to the JOC.

In late April, the JOC said that Iraqi F-16s and Sukhoi warplanes attacked ISIS hideouts within and nearby the town of al-Qaim, killing 46 ISIS militants.

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Iraq’s security forces’ attacks which are backed by the anti-ISIS international coalition come as a major offensive is underway to drive out ISIS militants from their main stronghold in Mosul’s western area in northern Iraq.

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Source- Xinhua

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