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Depot of arms seized in Baqubah

2018/03/12 | 23:25

(Iraq Now News)- A depot of arms has been seized in Baqubah, police in Diyala province said on Monday.In a statement, the police command said the security forces moved to the scene upon receiving intelligence .

it added the arms were stockpiled in empty homes in the district of al-Tahrir.According to the statement, the depot contained mortar shells, missiles, explosives  and other ammunition.The police command in the province seized several depots containing arms over the past few months.

This comes as the Iraqi cities are experiencing woes due to the brief era of terror that started as the terror group of ISIS seized some parts of the country.

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