Five Daesh members were shot dead during an air strike by Iraq and the international alliance on Saturday on two sites under the group's control in Anbar, Iraq.
According to a statement by the joint operations command, the Iraqi air forces bombed two sites under the terrorist control in Albu Faraj area, Anbar. Four terrorists were killed in the raid.
In another air raid launched by the US-led alliance warplanes, a sniper was bombed by a missile near the northern part of Anbar where he has situated to pick off Iraqi forces.
Meantime, a number of militants were killed during a ground operation in Al Dolab in the same province.
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