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Iraqi Army Kills 20 ISIL Terrorists in Nineveh Desert
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The Iraqi army killed in Nineveh desert 20 ISIL terrorists, iTerrorists Killed in Iraqncluding 14 Pakistani, one Libyan and 5 Iraqis.

The documents that the militants had showed that they had been trained in Syria for a long time before they entered Iraq.

The Iraqi army also destroyed in Fallujah and al-Karma area a number a vehicles which belong to the terrorists.

Source: Agencies

10-03-2014 - 17:20 Last updated 10-03-2014 - 17:20 | 9041 View
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