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Peace Brigades militia destroys ISIS shelter, two vehicles west of Samarra

Fighters with the “Peace Brigades” ready their weapons in their combat positions on the outskirts of Samarra, Iraq on July 4, 2014. File photo from Loay Hameed.
Fighters with the “Peace Brigades” ready their weapons in their combat positions on the outskirts of Samarra, Iraq on July 4, 2014. File photo from Loay Hameed.


(IraqiNews.com) Salahuddin – Peace Brigades militia announced it had bombed a shelter belonging to ISIS by mortar rounds and burned two vehicles for organization east of Samarra.

Peace Brigades Command said in a brief statement followed by IraqiNews.com, “Elements belonging to the force had attacked by mortars shells a shelter for ISIS and burned two vehicles carrying machine-guns in the village of Albu Kadud in the area of al-Hawish west of Samarra.”

Noteworthy the military operations continue to expel “ISIS” from many areas across the country, while the international coalition carries out air strikes targeting the organization sites.


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