Eighteen Daesh militants were killed on Monday by the Iraqi army fire and shelling of the international coalition in Ninawa and Salahuddin in northern Iraq.
Ninawa operations commander Nijm Jabouri said international coalition war jets shelled nine rocket launch pads in southern Mosul, leaving behind seven Daesh elements, including foreigners, dead.
For his part, Federal police chief Raed Shakir Jawdat said in press statements that eleven other Daesh terrorists were killed by Iraqi policemen fire in Salauhddin governorate in northern Iraq.
Source : MENA
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