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IS shells 5 schools near Mosul, kills and wounds 28 students and teachers

IS shells 5 schools near Mosul, kills and wounds 28 students and teachers
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Nineveh (IraqiNews.com) A source in the Joint Operations Command revealed on Monday, that the Islamic State group shelled five schools, north of Mosul, either killing or wounding 28 students and teachers.

Colonel Waad al-Sharifi said in a press statement, “The Islamic State group shelled al-Zohour, al-Wehda, Tatwan, Mohamed al-Dorra and al-Naaniya schools with mortar shells, killing three students and a teacher, as well as wounding 18 students and 6 other teachers.”

The Islamic State group is attacking the liberated areas from its held areas in western Mosul, killing and wounding dozens of civilians since the liberation of eastern Mosul.


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