ISIS commanders are killed when one of the group’s suicide bombers blows himself up at a meeting, following the group’s collapse in Mosul

Monday, June 26, 2017
By Paul Martin

Jihadi detonated explosives at a meeting in Qaim District, still under ISIS control
It killed a number of terror group’s leaders as well as the suicide bomber himself
Comes as Islamic State (ISIS) lost more ground in its last major stronghold in Iraq
Thought to be just hundreds of ISIS fighters left in Mosul confined to 1km square

By GARETH DAVIES
DailyMail.com
26 June 2017

ISIS commanders have been killed after one of the group’s suicide bombers blew himself up at a meeting following the terrorists’ collapse in Mosul.

The jihadi detonated explosives during a meeting in Qaim District in the west of the Anbar Province and the blast killed a number of leaders as well as himself.

It comes as Islamic State lost more ground in their last major stronghold in Iraq with the terror group’s numbers depleted and confined to an area of about a square kilometre in the Old City.

Lieutenant Colonel Salam al-Obeidi said that he believes only ‘a few hundred Daesh fighters’, an Arabic acronym for Islamic State group jihadists, are left in the Old City.

Three years after overrunning Mosul and making it the de facto Iraqi capital of the ‘caliphate’ they proclaimed, the jihadists now only control about a square kilometre in the city, commanders said.

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