Mosul: Security forces inflict heavy losses on terrorists


12/2/2019 11:48:00
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A local official said security forces had cleared an important area of ​​the Qayara district of Nineveh province after the ISIS's terrorists were expelled from the area.

 

Giyath Surchi, a media officer of the Nineveh for the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan told PUKmedia: "The security forces carried out a clean-up operation for the village of Maknus in the Qayara district after the movement of the ISIS's terrorists have increased."

 

He added that the security operation resulted in cleaning the village and its surroundings from terrorists and called for large losses in terrorist groups. He pointed out that the security operation, which lasted for several days, was carried out with the support of air force and air force planes.

 

 

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