ISIS leader killed in Libya

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F-15 fighter aircraft

FOLLOWING the recently announced death of the British terrorist known as ‘Jihadi John’, the Pentagon in America has released news that they believed that an F-15 fighter jet strike killed the head of ISIS in Libya, on Saturday November 14.

Washington has been involved in a number of air strikes on senior ISIS figures in Syria and Iraq, but this is said to be the first U.S. strike against an ISIS leader in Libya.

Abu Nabil, also known as Wissam Najm Abd Zayd al-Zubaydi, was described by a Pentagon spokesman as an Iraqi national and Al-Qaeda operative who was the senior ISIS leader in Libya.


In a separate but linked matter, it has now also been revealed that one of the terrorists involved in the outrage in Paris entered the EU via Serbia as an apparent refugee in October of this year.


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