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ISIS guesthouse destroyed in Diyala

2018/02/14 | 18:20

(Iraq Now News)- An ISIS guesthouse has been destroyed in northern Diyala, a source said on Wednesday."Security personnel from Bahraz police station and Diyala emergency regiment have raided and inspected some areas south of Bahraz and Kanaan," he said.He added the operation also included the villages of Abdel-Karim, Hassan Khalil,Bani Zaid, al-Baijat and Tal al-Thaalib.The operation resulted in destroying an ISIS  guesthouse containing a generator.The forces also dismantled three explosive devices in the area.The Iraqi cities are witnessing a state of insecurity and chaos as terror attacks target civilians.

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