The units liberated several villages in western Kurdistan


23/6/2015 18:07:00
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     The units liberated several villages in western Kurdistan

The Media center for People's protection units announced on Tuesday, 2.3/6/2015 that the units liberated Ain Aisa strategy south Tell Abiyath city from the so called the Islamic state in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
The Media center said in a statement PUKmedia received a copy that the people's protection units in this morning liberated Ainy Aisa completely from ISIL Insurgents. The operations resulted in destroying 6 military cars and killed dozens of ISIL insurgents.
The statement added that the units liberated villages Al- Baija, Shirady, Akhlik, Hoshin, Shrdk, Al- Mnad, Al- Amad, Masora, Khaldya, Srsoh, Awdia, Owidan Al- Awal, Owdan Al- Thani and with 5 other villages.

 

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