Catherine Herridge reported today on "America's Newsroom" that U.S. officials are still assessing the fallout of coalition airstrikes near the Iraqi city of Mosul targeting senior ISIS officials, including self-proclaimed leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

Social media accounts linked to the Iraqi government and ISIS fighters have posted conflicting information about al-Baghdadi's fate, and it is not clear if he was killed, injured or unharmed.

One account linked to the government claimed that one of al-Baghdadi's senior deputies was killed, among others.

U.S. officials have not offered information on the targets or the effectiveness of the strikes.

"This strike demonstrates the pressure we continue to place on the ISIL [ISIS] terrorist network and the group's increasingly limited freedom to maneuver, communicate and command," U.S. Central Command said.

Conor Powell reported on "America's News Headquarters" that the Pentagon launched a series of airstrikes over the weekend targeting senior ISIS leaders near the city of Mosul.

Rumors are swirling around the Arab world that al-Baghdadi may have been hit when the convoy he was traveling in was targeted by coalition airstrikes.

Although the Pentagon can't confirm if al-Baghdadi was present, let alone wounded, Powell noted that injuring or killing al-Baghdadi would be a major victory for the coalition.

Watch Powell's report below and

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