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Top ISIL commander 'likely' killed in US raid in Syria

Top ISIL commander 'likely' killed in US raid in Syria
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Islamic State group’s second-in-command been killed by an airstrike in Syria, the US believes. Abd al-Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli, one of ISIL’s top

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Islamic State group’s second-in-command been killed by an airstrike in Syria, the US believes.

Abd al-Rahman Mustafa al-Qaduli, one of ISIL’s top religious leaders, was likely killed this week, US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter told a news conference.

BREAKING: ISIS's second in command killed in raid, sources say https://t.co/fzgNwjXY76

— NBC News (@NBCNews) March 25, 2016

The US State Department has been offering a reward of up to USD 7 million for information “that brings al-Qaduli to justice.”

It is not the first time that al-Qaduli, who uses several aliases, has been announced dead. He was reported killed in Iraq last year.

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