ISIS Chief Baghdadi injured in Iraq, claims Media Report


Baghdad, April 22: Several media reports claimed that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the chief of Islamic State, was seriously wounded in the airstrike launched by the US in western Iraq.

According to unconfirmed reports, the most wanted terrorist sustained injuries during attack in March.

According to Guardian, an Iraqi official said that Baghdadi was wounded in al-Baaj near the village of Umm al-Rous on March 18 March in the attack.

However, nothing is confirmed. Earlier, there were reports doing the round in November and December last year that Baghdadi was injured. However, there was no confirmation from the Iraqi officials.

Baghdadi is declared as a specially designated global terrorist and he carries a reward of up to USD 10 million on his head.

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