US military: Three ISIS leaders killed in recent strikes

By REUTERS
December 10, 2015 19:20

 
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WASHINGTON - The US-led coalition fighting Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria has killed the group's finance minister and two other senior leaders in air strikes in recent weeks, a US military spokesman said on Thursday.

Army Colonel Steve Warren told a Pentagon briefing that coalition strikes had killed Abu Salah, Islamic State's financial minister, as well as a senior leader responsible for coordinating the group's extortion activities and another leader who acted as an executive officer.


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