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3 ISIS guesthouses destroyed in Diyala

2018/01/20 | 16:15

(Iraq Now News)- Three ISIS guesthouses, two boats and four motorcycles have been destroyed in a raid on ISIS pockets in Diyala, military intelligence directorate said on Saturday.

"At the directives of the commander in chief of the armed forces and the director of military intelligence, security forces have intensified efforts aimed to wipe out the latest ISIS pockets in the area," a statement by the directorate said.

According to the statement, no losses were reported in the aftermath of destroying the guesthouses.

ISIS terror outfit has been incurring huge losses in Iraq in recent months, with its affiliates expelled entirely from Mosul, Tal Afar and other areas.

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