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Security forces find guesthouse belonging to ISIS in Baqubah

2018/08/15 | 15:50

(Iraq Now News)-

Commander of Diyala Operations Mazhar Al-Azawy announced on Wednesday that Iraqi security forces found a guesthouse belonging to ISIS in southern the city of Baqubah, Diyala province.

In press statements, Azawy said the security forces found and destroyed two motorcycles belonging to ISIS and three improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in south of Buhriz district.

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.

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