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    Washington recognizes Baghdad "chemical weapons officer" in Daash

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    Washington recognizes Baghdad "chemical weapons officer" in Daash Empty Washington recognizes Baghdad "chemical weapons officer" in Daash

    Post by Rocky Sat 12 Mar 2016, 3:31 am

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    Washington recognizes Baghdad "chemical weapons officer" in Daash


     BAGHDAD / Reuters 

    She said the US Department of Defense (Pentagon) on Thursday it had captured chemical weapons officer in the organization Daash Iraq in the operation carried out in themonth of February Almadi.oukalt the Pentagon said in a statement that Suleiman David Bakkar families, also known as Abu Daoud "removes an important organization leaders from the battlefield . " . He added that Abu Daoud wastransferred to detention facilities run by the Iraqi government earlier. The 
    Pentagon said it knew of Abu Dawood details on the facilities and the production of chemical weapons belonging to Daash and individuals involved in this. He added that that information led to guide the alliance ,which the United States led several air strikes against the organization. 
    Said Paul Silva, vice chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, on Thursday, said that the US - led anti - militant group " has not yet reached the turning point " because of the flexibility point the militant group and its ability to adapt. He said Silva , using short name "I think the features that you should remember that they are on Daash discount with a stunning flexibility to adapt." Silva was speaking at a conference in Washington , DC. , 
    And Silva 's remarks came after the US Department of Defense announced a number of successes against the leadership Daash recently. Silva said that the leadership of Daash be severely damaged, but added that it was difficult to predict the place where it will appear next new leaders. 
    "It is logical to expect that when the disintegration of the leadership of the organization ... will be theyoungest leaders of the show." Silva declined to provide a timetable for the restoration of the Iraqi city ofMosul, but he said that favorable conditions for the isolation of Mosul and restored.


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