France destroys ISIS command center with air strikes in Iraq

By REUTERS
November 24, 2015 22:35

 
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WASHINGTON - French warplanes destroyed an Islamic State command center at Tal Afar, some 45 kilometers west of Mosul in Iraq, a French official said on Tuesday.

"We hit an Islamic State command center at Tal Afar," the official said during President Francois Hollande's visit to meet his US counterpart Barack Obama in Washington.

"The target was destroyed."

The Rafale fighter jets took off from the Charles De Gaulle aircraft carrier earlier in the day, the official said

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