ERBIL— Three senior Islamic State (IS) officials have been killed on the right bank of Mosul since Sunday evening during the airstrikes and clashes with the Iraqi forces, Iraqi media reported.
The IS officials were all Iraqi nationals, the reports cited Abdul-Salam al-Jobouri, an Iraqi army officer as saying.
Ibrahim Fars Anzi, originally from Gayara district of Mosul, who was a security chief of the jihadists, was killed in an airstrike on Monday.
Also on Monday during clashes in the Tank neighborhood of Mosul, the chief for IS religious sermon and mosques, Ali Ibrahim Mohammed, from Shirgat of Mosul, was gunned down.
Abu Qafaha, a senior chief from the IS Services Council who was also the former IS emir in Faruq district was killed by the SWAT forces in the old part of Mosul on Sunday evening.