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Bomb hurled on families fleeing ISIS control kills 25 civilians in Kirkuk

Displaced families. File photo.
Displaced families. File photo.


(IraqiNews.com) Baghdad – A security source in Kirkuk province announced that a bomb blast on noon today killed five civilians and injured twenty (20) others.

Sharing details the source said, “The bomb was hurled on families who were fleeing the areas that are still under ISIS control.”

It may be mentioned here that IEDs and bombs are being regularly targeted on families who are fleeing areas that are still currently under ISIS control.


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