Oct 12, 2015

Islamic State leader probably not in targeted convoy: Iraqi security officials | TODAYonline

CAIRO - Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was probably not in a convoy hit by air strikes near the Syrian border on Sunday, senior Iraqi security officials said on Monday. Iraq's military had said that the reclusive Baghdadi was taken away in a car after the assault on his entourage in a town near the Syrian border. But one of the senior security officials said preliminary information now...

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