Islamic State claims attack on top Iraqi commanders near Ramadi

By REUTERS
August 27, 2015 14:38

 
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BAGHDAD - Islamic State said on Thursday it carried out the suicide car bomb attacks near Ramadi, capital of Iraq's western Anbar province, which had killed at least five people, including two senior military commanders.

In a statement distributed online by supporters, the radical Islamist group said it had targeted a main military headquarters, killing the deputy commander of Anbar Operations Command and the head of the 10th army division.


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