6 terrorists arrested in Mosul

21/9/2019 15:12:00

The Federal Interior Ministry announced this Saturday that 6 ISIS terrorists were arrested in the outskirts of Mosul.


The interior ministry’s spokesman Saad Maan stated: in a combined operation from Emergency Regiments, Umm Al-Rubaieen Directorate, River Rescue Boats, and Nineveh Terrorism and Intelligence Directorate 6 ISIS terrorists were arrested during the raid and search of the areas of July 17 and July 30 and areas adjacent to the Tigris River on the right side of the city of Mosul.



He also added: The detainees were working as terrorists in the so-called Soldier Diwan during ISIS’s occupation of Mosul and one of the detainees was a sniper whom fought against the security forces.



PUKmedia / Ministry of Interior


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