ISIS personality related to Istanbul electrocute killed in raid, U.S. says

An ISIS personality and “close associate” of a militant group’s conduct Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed in a U.S. raid, according to officials.

Abdurakhmon Uzbeki was killed in an Apr 6 belligerent operation nearby a eastern Syrian city of Mayadan, U.S. Central Command pronounced Friday.

Uzbeki is believed to have been one of a army who plotted a conflict during Istanbul’s Reina nightclub early New Year’s Day, where 39 people were killed in accost of bullets.

CentCom orator Col. John Thomas pronounced Friday that Uzbeki is suspicion to have played a pivotal purpose in plotting apprehension attacks outward of Islamic State domain in Iraq and Syria.

Al Qaeda defector’s lawyers contend he helped break a apprehension group

Though American belligerent operations within Syria are rare, sources within a Department of Defense told a Daily News that a raid was a U.S. operation concurrent with anti-ISIS aprtners.

With News Wire Services.

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