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Pentagon: No information supports allegations of the killing of Baghdadi in a Russian raid in Syria

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Pentagon: No information supports allegations of the killing of Baghdadi in a Russian raid in Syria

Post by rocky on Sat 17 Jun 2017, 2:05 am

Pentagon: No information supports allegations of the killing of Baghdadi in a Russian raid in Syria

Arab and international Since 2017-06-16 at 16:19 (Baghdad time)

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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Defense Minister Sergei Schweigu told Russian President Vladimir Putin's security council on Friday that a leader of an extremist organization, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, "may have been killed," Russian state television quoted the Kremlin as saying.
"The Ministry of Defense informed the attendees that as a result of a strike by the Russian Air Force in Raqqa, more than 100 terrorists, including senior leaders of Hadash and perhaps Baghdadi, were neutralized," Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted as saying.
The Russian Information Agency said the Defense Ministry was checking reports that Baghdadi was killed in a Russian raid south of Raqqa late last May.
Tass later quoted Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov as saying Russia had no 100 percent assurance that Baghdadi had been killed.
Several US reports have previously spoken of the death of an Iraqi-born leader, before he was exiled.
About two weeks ago, a source from the Syrian regime spoke of the killing of al-Baghdadi in an air strike, without confirming this information.
It is noteworthy that intelligence information had mentioned that al-Baghdadi fled the city of Mosul, a stronghold in Iraq, to ​​tenderness in Syria.
The news of the killing of al-Baghdadi at a time that tightens the siege on Dahesh Mosul, where the Iraqi forces succeeded in recovering most areas of the city.

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