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Federal Police repulses IS attack south of Mosul, 13 militants killed

Federal Police repulses IS attack south of Mosul, 13 militants killed
Iraqi Federal Police forces. File photo.


Nineveh (IraqiNews.com) A Federal Police Officer declared on Monday, that 13 members of the Islamic State, including Arab and Foreign leaders, were killed during clashes between the group’s militants and security forces, south of Mosul.

Major Motaz Ahmed said in a press statement, “The Islamic State militants launched an attack on security forces stationed in Albu Seif village, south of Mosul.”

“The security forces managed to repel the attack, as well as killing 13 members of the Islamic State, including Arab and foreign leaders,” Ahmed added.

Earlier today, Federal Police forces repulsed another attack launched by the Islamic State on the entrance of Hamam al-Alil, and killed a number of the attackers.


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