Royal Air Force in latest Iraq bombing raid | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Royal Air Force in latest Iraq bombing raid

Royal Air force (RAF) fighter jets have conducted a bombing mission in north-western Iraq, allegedly targeting the Takfiri terrorist group Daesh.

According to the Ministry of Defense (MoD), a pair of RAF Typhoon FGR4s attacked Daesh targets with two Paveway IV precision guided bombs.

The bombing raid was reportedly carried out on May 11 and was directed against targts situated 25 miles (40 km) southwest of Mosul.

The MoD claims the bombs directly impacted their targets eliminating a “number” of Daesh terrorists in the process.

According to the MoD, the bombing raid was requested by Iraqi forces which had come under “heavy small arms fire” from alleged Daesh elements.

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