Top leaders of IS destroyed

Ahmed al-Rouissi.

One of the commanders on the battlefield of the Islamic State, who are most wanted Tunisia, killed while fighting in Libya.

Ahmed al-Rouissi killed in the fighting around the city of Sirte, a stronghold of the Islamic State (IS) in Libya, the Associated Press for notification posted on the website rebel group said.

Battalion 166, militia loyal to the Libyan government in Tripoli, are fighting to regain Sirte from hand branch of IS in this country.

Al-Roussi, 48, is one of the most wanted man was in Tunisia. In Tunisia, the name is said to be behind a series of attacks by radical Islamist movement Ansar al-Shariah. Among them were the assassination of two leaders of the leftist political and Mohammed Brahmi Chokri Belaid, pushed into Tunisia's political crisis, forcing elected Islamist government to relinquish power.

Al-Rouissi then fled to Libya and fight in the name of IS, rebels are in control about a third of the territory of Syria and Iraq.

Tunisian Interior Ministry has confirmed the death of al-Rouissi by the "scientific methods" and in collaboration with the Libyan authorities.