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Islamic State imposes curfew on civilians’ movement in old Mosul

Islamic State imposes curfew on civilians’ movement in old Mosul
Members of the Islamic State. File photo.

Nineveh (IraqiNews.com) A local source in Nineveh Province revealed that the Islamic State group imposed a curfew on the movement of citizens in the neighborhoods of old Mosul after 5 pm for unknown reasons, Alsumaria News reported on Tuesday.

The source said, “The Islamic State group imposed a curfew on the civilians’ movement in the neighborhoods of old Mosul from 5 pm to 5 am for unknown reasons.”

“There are doubts that the curfew was imposed to facilitate the transfer of weapons,” the source added on condition of anonymity.

In January 24, 2017, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced that security forces fully liberated the eastern side of Mosul from the Islamic State’s control.



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