Iraqi air force targets ISIS in Syria

The Iraqi air force has carried out airstrikes against “a position for ISIS commanders” south of Dashisha inside Syrian territory, according a government statement.

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi ordered the strikes near Syria’s border with Iraq, a statement from his office said.
Iraq’s Joint Operations command released a statement saying the airstrikes were conducted Sunday morning.
A message posted to Abadi’s official Twitter account Sunday read: “PM Al-Abadi orders the Air Force to strike Daesh leadership near Al-Dashisha in Syrian territory.”
Source: CNN

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