The Us president when He goes on Sunday to be a “major” announcement from the White House. This has been the spokesman Hogan Gidley Saturday night to let us know without any further explanation to give. According to the American media, it is to be the leader of the ISIS were killed during a military operation in Syria.
The president’s announcement will be at 9 o’clock local time (14 o’clock (Belgian time) are done, he said in a brief statement. On twitter, wrote Home shortly before, himself, is the mysterious message that says, “There’s just something really great happened!!!”< / P>
Something very big has just happened!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 27, 2019
Officially, there are no details given about what He is going to say, but the American media, meanwhile, reported a military operation of the USA in Syria. That would have been directed against the Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of the terrorist group IS.
A high-ranking anonymous legerbron reported to CNN that ISIS’s leader was the target of an airstrike Saturday in the northeastern region of Syria has been carried out. The raid could have been carried out by the special forces during the operation Baghdadi, a bommengordel to call put. In addition, if the CIA were involved. The secret service would be Baghdadi locate, according to the station. Also, the Newsweek news that the ISIS leader has been killed.
as with Other media reports that the terroristenleider been captured or killed, it would have been. The French news agency AFP contacted the Pentagon, but refuses to accept any kind of comment.
Its been repeatedly doodverklaarde Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi did not show any sign of life to be given, since it is in november of 2016, after the start of the Iraqi offensive around Mosul to recapture a video of him was circulated.
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