At least six Iraqi soldiers have suffered inhalation problems following a chemical attack launched by ISIS on Sunday. This is the second time in two days that the terrorists have used chemical agents to push back government forces in Mosul.
Evidence of chemical weapon used by terrorists against the Syrian army and civilians has been found in southwestern Aleppo city.
Moscow says it had warned Washington about the use of toxic shells by a US-backed “moderate” militant group before the Tuesday attack that killed seven people and injured over 20 more in Syria’s Aleppo.
Resistance forces in Mosul revealed that the ISIL (Islamic State, ISIS, ISIL, IS and Daesh) terrorist group is making surface-to-air missiles based on an Israeli model to target Iraqi, Syrian and coalition fighter jets.
ISIS, over the last two years, seem to be developing a chemical weapons capability.
A three-year-old girl has been killed and 600 more people injured after ISIS militants reportedly carried out two chemical attacks in northern Iraq, local authorities say. The Iraqi government vows that the attackers will pay for the atrocity.
ISIS fired rockets believed to contain choking agent chlorine in its latest chemical attack against Iraqi Kurds.
Kurdish authorities in Iraq said Saturday they have evidence that the Islamic State group used chlorine gas as a chemical weapon against peshmerga fighters, the latest alleged atrocity carried out by the extremist organization now under attack in Tikrit.
ISIS using chlorine gas as a roadside bombs in desperate attempt to spread panic among Iraqi soldiers.
ISIS militants have shelled a city in the western Iraqi province of Anbar with chlorine gas missiles.