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Canada finish their tasks in addressing Daash airstrike targeted a site near Baghdad regulation

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Canada finish their tasks in addressing Daash airstrike targeted a site near Baghdad regulation

Post by rocky on Fri 19 Feb 2016, 3:23 am

[size=32]Canada finish their tasks in addressing Daash airstrike targeted a site near Baghdad regulation[/size]

2:19:37 2.19.2016 |(Voice of Iraq) - Twilight News Canada announced that Popeye F - 18 carried out last Sunday another raid her against al Daash near Baghdad, ending its mission in the framework of the international coalition against the "terrorists" in Syria and Iraq, in fulfillment of a promise cut Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. the Canadian defense ministry said this latest raid targeted a "combat position" of the organization, near the city of Fallujah on Sunday, while the last sorties of these aircraft took place Monday, but did not interspersed with any raid.it was Trudeau announced last week that his country would stop its air strikes started targeting al Daash in Syria and Iraq, and will bring back the six fighter jets to the country by February 22 (February) this month.the announcement comes a day after Canadian defense Minister permit, Harjit Sajjan, told parliament that the Ottawa deployed in northern Iraq, four military helicopters, to support soldiers who take in this country tasks of training, and those who decided to double the number three times to up to 210 military personnel after the withdrawal of six fighter jets. He Sagan that these multi-purpose helicopters Griffon been arming since participated in the war in Afghanistan, and "will be used to transport our troops because they provide them with better protection."the total number of Canadian soldiers involved in the training and support operations is offensive to 830 this militarily.Add comment


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