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F-15 and F-35 fighter jets were used in the joint operation between US-led coalition forces and the Iraqi Counter-Terrorism Service, which targeted Qanus Island in the Tigris River

“We’re denying Daesh the ability to hide on Qanus Island.” The US-led coalition has dropped more than 40 tonnes of bombs on an island in the Tigris River, about 175 miles northwest of Baghdad, which officials claim is “infested” with Isis militants

In a dramatic and destructive demonstration earlier this week, a formation of U.S. Air Force warplanes dropped 40 tons of bombs on an island in the Tigris River north of Baghdad

The ancient city of Hasankeyf, which sits on the banks of the Tigris River in southeastern Turkey, is believed to be one of the world’s oldest continuously inhabited settlements.

A formation of U.S. Air Force warplanes dropped 40 tons of bombs on an island in the Tigris River north of Baghdad this week

American warplanes dropped bombs on an Island in the Tigris River in Iraq that the U.S.-led coalition said is “infested” with members of Islamic State. The attack on Tuesday, September 10 was part of operations carried out in conjunction with Iraqi forces against IS.

The ancient Silk Road trading post of Hasankeyf, which sits on the banks of Tigris River in southeast Turkey, will soon be flooded by the Ilisu Dam.

US-led forces targeting Islamic State fighters said they have dropped 40 tonnes of explosives on an island in Iraq's Tigris River. Get the latest on this story here:

Dramatic video shows a massive air attack by the U.S. led coalition fighting ISIS in Iraq. Video from the U.S. Air Force shows a series of huge explosions on an island in the Tigris River north of Baghdad yesterday.

The US-led coalition says American warplanes have dropped 36,000kg of bombs on an island in the Tigris River "infested" with members of ISIS

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3,500-year-old city emerges on the banks of the Tigris River in drought hit northern Iraq. And no, it's not Atlantis.

At least 55 people are dead, including 12 children, after an overcrowded ferry capsizes in Iraq's Tigris river in Mosul.

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At least 55 people have died, including 12 children, as an overcrowded ferry capsized in Iraq's Tigris river in Mosul

Iraqi forces plant flag on bank of Tigris River as Prime Minister al-Abadi declares victory over ISIS in Mosul

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Iraqi forces plant flag on bank of Tigris River as Prime Minister al-Abadi declares victory over ISIS in Mosul.

Iraqi forces plant flag on bank of Tigris River as Prime Minister al-Abadi declares victory over ISIS in Mosul.

Iraqi government forces capture Mosul's al-Hurriya (Freedom) Bridge over the River Tigris

2. The front line is now demarcated by the Tigris River. We are waiting for the Iraqi army to make their push into Western Mosul:

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Iraqi forces liberate Salam hospital complex and reach Tigris river. #ISIL  defenses in east #Mosul  showing signs of collapse. #الموصل #داعش

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