US-Kurdish raid kills senior IS member in Iraq - statement

By REUTERS
April 18, 2016 15:37

 
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A senior Islamic State member and two of his aides were killed south of the Iraqi city of Mosul on Monday in a helicopter raid by US special forces and Kurdish counter-terrorism forces, the Kurdish regional security council said.

A statement identified the leader as Suleiman Abd Shabib al-Jabouri, also known as Abu Saif, and said he was a member of the militant group's war council.

In a separate operation a day earlier, witnesses and Kurdish security sources said troops from a US-led coalition landed a helicopter north of Mosul and seized at least one Islamic State member from a vehicle.

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