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F-16 Air Strike Kills al-Qaida Terrorist al-Zarqawi – Video News

An air strike carried out by a flight of US Air Force F-16s has killed al-Qaida in Iraq terrorist leader Abu Musab al-Zarqawi on June 7, 2006. al-Zarqawi was conducting a meeting at a so-called safe house in Baqouba, Iraq when the two 500 pound bombs struck the building.

Also killed in the attack was Egyptian-born Abu al-Masri.

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