U.S. Special Operations Raid Successfully Kills Senior ISIS Leader in Somalia

In a U.S. special operations raid on Tuesday, a senior leader of ISIS in Somalia was killed.

The leader, Bilal al-Sudani, was killed in the raid, along with 10 other ISIS operatives, according to a U.S. counterterrorism mission in Somalia.

The raid was conducted by U.S. military forces in Somalia and was aimed at targeting al-Sudani, a key facilitator of ISIS operations in the region.

The U.S. military said in a statement that the operation was successful and that al-Sudani was killed, along with 10 other ISIS operatives.

The statement also said that the raid was part of an ongoing effort to disrupt and degrade ISIS operations in the region.

The raid follows a series of operations by U.S. forces in Somalia in recent months, including airstrikes and ground operations targeting ISIS leaders and fighters.

This raid is the latest in a series of successful operations by the U.S. military in Somalia, and is a sign that the U.S. is committed to the fight against ISIS in the region.