Did Russia kill ISIS chief Abu Bakr al

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Russia's defence ministry, on Friday 16 June, claimed that an air strike in Syria on 28 May may have killed Islamic State group's supreme leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi along with 330 other fighters. The information about Al-Baghdadi's death was "being verified through various channels". Russia's foreign minister Sergey Lavrov said that he can't definitely confirm the death when asked at a news conference in Moscow. "I don't have a 100-percent confirmation of the information".

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