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French military kills ISIS leader with $5 million bounty on his head who led ambush murder of US special forces soldiers

The French military reportedly killed ISIS leader Adnan Abou Walid al Sahraoui, who claimed responsibility for masterminding the ambush-style murder of four U.S. special forces soldiers during a 2017 attack in North Africa.

Those killed in the 2017 attack included Army Sgt. David Johnson and Staff Sgts. Bryan Black, Jeremiah Johnson, and Dustin Wright. Four Nigerian troops were also killed in the attack, and at least two American soldiers and eight Nigerian soldiers were severely wounded as a result of the siege.

Al-Sahraoui, who previously had a $5 million bounty on his head, is said to have ordered the ambush.

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