24 March 2018

ISIS detain 35 former Iraqi intelligence officers

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ISIS militants have detained 35 former Iraqi army intelligence officers in the Iraqi city of Hawija, the local media reports with reference to security sources.

“At a very late time of Sunday, ISIS members detained 35 former members of the 2nd intelligence division of the Iraqi army at the villages of Tal Ali, Mahouz, Sharia and Shawook,” the source said, revealing that the officers were driven to an unknown destination.

He added that the extremist group accuses the former officers of collaborating with Iraqi forces which had advanced closer to al-Zab area, near Tigris River.

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