The names of senior commanders of Daesh who were killed in a recent attack by the Iraq army have been obtained by MENA reporter in Baghdad.
As many as 30 senior members of the terrorist group were killed and 10 others were injured in the attack on Wednesday, Saad Maan, the spokesman for the Iraqi interior ministry told MENA reporter.
Among the killed are Abu Mosaab, an aide to Abu Bakr al Baghdady, the group's leader, said Maan.
The group's military official in Anbar, identified as Ammar Suwaidawy and Samer Mohammad al Makkny, the governor of Furat were also killed in the operation, according to the spokesman.
Abu Daganah al Saudi, who commanded the army of Arab fighters at the group, and Abu Talhah al Sury, the Eftaa official, were also among the targeted commanders.
The attack, coordinated by an intelligence unit and conducted by the Air Forces, hit a meeting of the commanders in Qaem city.