The Iraqi air forces raided Wednesday hotbeds of Daesh terrorist group where dozens of extremists were killed in Kirkuk, northern Iraq.
The Iraqi forces killed also dozens of the organization's gunmen in Anbar, western the Arab country.
The media military center of the joint operations command said that the "F 16" planes of the Iraqi air forces struck Daesh hotbeds.
Meanwhile, the Iraqi forces foiled an attack by Daesh which used the poisonous "Chlorine" substance in Anbar.
More than 40 suicide bombers, who were driving booby-trapped trucks, tried to attack military posts but the Iraqi forces thwarted the offensive and killed them.