Flight International Coalition destroys a laboratory for bomb attacks in Tal Afar
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PUK media official in Nineveh Ghyath Alsurja said in an interview with (long - Presse), " The aircraft international coalition directed targeted a house belonging to organize Daesh uses the headquarters of theorganization in the Arab neighborhood in central Mosul airstrike, killing seven members of the organization, "adding that" the bombing led to the destruction of the house completely. "
also carried out" international coalition aircraft , an air strike targeted their convoy to organize Daesh includes seven cars as it passed Sumer neighborhood, central Mosul, killing seven members of the organization ,"according to the same source. Patriotic Union of Kurdistan media official in Nineveh and continued that " theflight of the international coalition against another air strike on a convoy of the organization Daesh in theindustrial area, west of Mosul, killing one field commander of the so - called state of Nineveh and dozens of members of the organization." "The bombing also led to the destruction of a number of subsidiaries of theorganization cars."
In a related context, Alsurja said that " the international coalition aircraft , and directed against a factory for making car bombs belonging to organize Daesh in Tal Afar, west of Mosul airstrike, killing seven elements of the organization, "adding that" the bombing also led to the lab was completely destroyed, "without giving further details.
Furthermore, the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan ( PUK ) said in Nineveh province, the execution of theorganization Daesh 17 of its elements, the center of Mosul after fleeing edit hand battles Qayyarah.
media official in the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan ( PUK ) said that " the organization Daesh oldest, before Saturday afternoon, on the execution of 17 of its elements fleeing the fighting hand Qayyarah, south ofMosul." He Alsurja, that " the sentence was carried out by firing squad in the courtyard of the door of thebrick, the city center".