Newspaper: wounded three British special forces in clashes with Daash near Mosul[/ltr]
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British newspaper The Mirror reported on Saturday that three members of the British special forces were injured in clashes with gunmen belonging to organize Daash near the city of Mosul in northern Iraq.
It gave no details of its sources.
The British Ministry of Defence that it does not comment on special forces operations.
The newspaper pointed out that people from the two [As.aah.as] and [SBS] and that they were participating in a patrol special forces allied composed of 25 people in northern Iraq when they came under fire from 30 gunmen from al Daash were in cars Humvee armored stolen from the Iraqi army.
The report said that Daash fighters who opened fire were all killed when special forces firing weapons fire responded and asked to launch an air strike.
Were all killed in an exchange of fire for about 15 minutes following an air raid.
The newspaper added that the three were injured by shrapnel and were treated on the spot before being flown in a helicopter.
Britain is involved in air strikes on controlled Daash in Iraq and Syria areas and says troops in Iraq to train security forces Alaracah.anthy