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IS chief Baghdadi probably still alive - US commander These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption Baghdadi's whereabouts have been unknown for some time The leader of the Islamic State (IS) group is probably still alive, a senior US general has said, contradicting a claim by Russia that it probably killed him in a raid in Syria in May. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi may be hiding in a remote border area between Iraq and Syria, said Gen Stephen Townsend, commander of the anti-IS coalition. He may have fled as IS strongholds have been under attack in both countries. Baghdadi's whereabouts have been unknown for some time. In June, Russia said there was a "high probability" that Baghdadi had been killed a month earlier in a Russian air strike on Raqqa, IS's de facto capital in northern Syria. Since then local anti-IS groups have intensified a ground assault on the city, where an estimated 2,000 militants are holed up. Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTens of thousands have left Raqqa as fighting intensifies There have been several previous reports of Baghdadi's death. But on Thursday, Gen Townsend said there were "indicators in intelligence channels that he's still alive". "We're looking for him every day.รองเท้าส้นสูง