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Iraqi security forces detain key ISIS leader in Mosul

2018/05/24 | 00:10

(Iraq Now News)- Spokesman for Iraqi Interior Ministry, Maj.

Gen.

Saad Maan said a key ISIS leader and former commander of Al Qaeda assassination operations was arrested during a security operation at the left bank of the city of Mosul, Nineveh province.

During investigations, the key ISIS leader admitted committing multiple murders of members of the Iraqi security forces and a civilian in Nineveh.

  

Iraqi cities are bearing the brunt of ISIS terror.

Explosions, suicide bombings and assassinations are a commonplace.

Many civilians and police and army personnel die in the aftermath of this violence.

Last Modified: 05 23 2018 10:57 PM

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