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Iraqi security forces killed the second leader of the Islamic State

Iraqi security forces killed the second leader of the Islamic State

In 2011, then-Vice President Biden shook hands with Austin, the top commander of the U.S. military in Iraq.

Baghdad, January 28 Iraqi Prime Minister Qadimi announced on the 28th that Iraqi security forces have killed Abu Yasser Al-Aisawi, the second leader of the extremist organization Islamic State.

Qadimi said on social media on the same day that Iraqi security forces took military action based on intelligence to kill ISIS commander Al-Ai. Kadimi did not disclose the specific time and place of the operation.

According to local media reports, Al-Aysavi is responsible for planning and directing terrorist activities in Iraq.

On the 21st of this month, ISIS militants caused two suicide bombings in the Iraqi capital city of Baghdad, killing 32 people and injuring 110.

After the attack, Iraqi security forces successively carried out clean-up operations in Baghdad, Anbar, Kirkuk and other places.

In December 2017, Iraq announced a historic victory against the Islamic State, but there are still remnants of extremists in Iraq waiting for the opportunity to launch an attack.

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