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180 ISIS members flee from Mosul with their families

One of the border gates seized by ISIS in Nineveh Province. File photo.
One of the border gates seized by ISIS in Nineveh Province. File photo.


(IraqiNews.com) Nineveh – A security source in Nineveh province declared that more than 180 ISIS members have fled from Mosul, along with their families, toward the Syrian city of Raqqa.

Sharing more information with Iraqi News, the source revealed, “Yesterday, more than 180 ISIS members fled, along with their families, from al-Sukar neighborhood in central Mosul toward the Syrian city of Raqqa.”

“The fleeing ISIS members were riding vehicles carrying the plates of Nineveh province.”


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  1. Iraq is lazy and the IMF is letting it be that way Period I am a American Marine vet some of my friends Died Over there for that lazy a*s country

  2. i leave the mass media news off til 8 p.m. when all the trump crap is done then i turn on p.b.s.

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