According to ARA news agency, The Iraqi air force bombed an ISIL explosives facility in the Saladin province on Friday, officials said.
Iraqi warplanes launched several airstrikes on headquarters of ISIL in the Hawija district in the Salahuddin governorate, bombing a crucial explosives facility held by the radical group.
“ISIS headquarters in Hawija were hit by four airstrikes on Friday evening. A key bomb making facility was destroyed, and dozens of ISIL insurgents were killed,” said Iraqi army official Khalid Haddad.
“The strikes were carried out by the Iraqi air force after receiving information from reliable sources on the location of the facility and other ISIL headquarters inside Hawija district,” the official reported.
The Iraqi forces have been coordinating the anti-ISIL operations with the US-led coalition.