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Iraqi security kill 10 ISIS militias in Salahuddin

2018/11/18 | 18:20

(Iraq Now News)- Iraqi security forces killed ten ISIS militants on Sunday in the province of Salahuddin, a security official said on Sunday.The Security Media Center‘s spokesperson, Yahya Rasoul said in a statement that the Salahaddin Operations Forces also destroyed a couple of hideouts and three underground tunnels of the insurgents near the village of Kanous, Shirqat city, Iraqi News reported.The official further pointed out that several motorbikes belonging to the extremists were also targeted in similar campaigns in Diyala province.After nearly one year of announcing ISIS defeated, the terrorist group continues to carry out terrorist activities against the national security forces and civilians in most liberated territories.

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