Up to 13 leaders within the ranks of ISIS have been killed in air raids conducted by the Iraqi air force west of Anbar, a source said Wednesday.
The Iraqi jets bombed an ISIS hideout where the leaders of the terror group were holding a meeting in Tal Afar's district of al-Nur west of Mosul, he added.
Among the dead terrorists are the ISIS officials in charge of military vehicles and the military commander in Tal Afar.
Iraqi forces, with the aid of the US-led coalition, have been battling the ISIS terrorists in the right bank of Mosul since February 19th after liberating the city's left bank.
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