KURDISH spies stole underwear belonging to Daesh terror chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi to make sure of his identity ahead of the raid that ended in his death, soldiers claim. "Most likely would have taken the top spot - Now he is also Dead!".
Elaborating on the details, US President Donald Trump had said that Baghdadi committed suicide by detonating a suicide vest inside a tunnel following a two-hour-long gunfight with US forces. "His body was mutilated by the blast", Trump said.
Chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley said on Monday, "The K-9, the military working dog, performed a tremendous service, as they all do in a variety of situations".
Trump did not name the man.
He's believed to be the identical particular person who gave United States intelligence a pair of Baghdadi's used underwear and a blood pattern in some unspecified time in the future this 12 months.
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"He was killed very close to the northeast, very close to the Euphrates River, near Jarablus", the official said.
Al-Baghdadi was also killed in a separate USA attack in another border town on Saturday night. Moscow questioned details provided by Washington but acknowledged that Russian monitors had picked up the movement of the USA aircraft regiment which is said to have carried out the fatal attack in Idlib, Syria.
"Nobody was even hurt". This person, who allegedly worked as one of al-Baghdadi's security advisers, was able to describe exterior features of the safe house where al-Baghdadi was hiding. "He was an inspirational leader in addition to being a thug and a murderer", Esper said, adding that taking out such a leader would have a major impact on the organisation. The agent had told them about the tunnels under the compound, how many people were with al-Baghdadi and about his planned move.