The Iraqi Air Force has said 13 Islamic State (IS) commanders were killed in air strikes on a building where the extremist group's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi was believed to be.
Baghdadi's name was not on the list of the dead published by the Iraqi military.
In a statement on February 13, the air force said at least 64 lower-ranked IS militants were killed in the air strikes in the region of Qaim in western Iraq.
The Iraqi military said Baghdadi moved last week in a convoy from the extremist group's de facto capital in Syria, Raqqa, to Qaim, over the border.
Baghdadi was supposedly meeting other senior commanders to discuss a possible successor as well as the extremist group's military situation in its Iraqi stronghold, Mosul.
The IS leader has been reportedly wounded and even dead several times in the past.