British military fighter planes conducted a five-day bombing campaign against Islamic State (IS) targets in Iraq last week, the Royal Air Force announced on Monday.
The Ministry of Defense said Typhoon fighter planes conducted the airstrikes and that Storm Shadow missiles and Paveway IV guided bombs were used.
IS fighters hiding in caves were targeted, as well as some in Northern Iraq, during the strikes.
All of the bombs were believed to have hit their targets and no civilians were observed in the areas that were struck.
The UK is still part of the war on Iraq that is ongoing and has been going on since 2001.
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