Freeing 6 Yazidi women from Da'esh

11/2/2019 14:54:00

The security forces released six Yazidi abductees with their children who were abducted by the terrorist organization of Da'esh.


The Security Information Center said in a statement obtained by PUKmedia on Monday that, "the security forces managed to free six Yazidi abductees with their six children also, were Da'esh gangs kidnapped them during their control of the liberated city of Mosul."


The statement added: "The process of freeing was based on accurate information within the work of the 15th divisions and in coordination with other security units. The security forces managed to send back the women and their children safely to their relatives in Sinjar district.







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