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Peshmerga forces liberate 2 villages northeast of Mosul

Peshmerga forces. File photo.
Peshmerga forces. File photo.


(IraqiNews.com) Nineveh – A kurdish official in the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan announced on Monday the liberation of two villages from the grip of ISIS northeast of Mosul.

Ghaias Surji, the spokesperson in the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan, said in a press statement obtained by IraqiNews.com, “Peshmerga forces and al-Hashed al-Watani [militia], with support from the international coalition, had managed to liberate the villages of Nouran and Bariman from the ISIS grip northeast of Mosul,” pointing out that, “The villages belong to the vicinity of Ba’shiqah.”

The statement also added, “The confrontations are still ongoing to cleanse the village of Khur-Sabad in the same area.”


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