Iraqi forces are flushing the last ISIS fighters out of hiding in Mosul a day after the city was declared liberated from the terror group.
Half-naked fighters were paraded through the streets while others were bundled out of an armoured vehicle.
The terror group is said to have confirmed that the 45-year-old was killed in an air strike in the Iraqi province of Nineveh.
Reports claim ISIS fanatics are scrambling to find a successor to the terror chief, who announced the formation of the group's so-called caliphate in Mosul in 2014.
Rogue militia stole enormous generators using flatbed trucks and a 60-foot crane, driving right past Sallyport security guards.