Official: Iraq starts bombing ISIS with help from intelligence center that includes Russia, Iran

October 13, 2015 15:37

BAGHDAD - Iraq has started bombing Islamic State targets with help from a new intelligence center that includes representatives from Russia, Iran and Syria, the head of parliament's defence and security committee said on Tuesday.

The intelligence center, which includes six members from each country, has been operational for approximately one week, Hakim al Zamili, a leading Shi'ite politician, told Reuters.

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