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Three killed in chlorine shelling by ISIS in Salahuddin

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(IraqiNews.com) Salahuddin – Three people were killed and two others were wounded, including women and children, when Islamic State fighters shelled a village in Sharqat, Salahuddin, Alsumaria News reported.

ISIS bombed the liberated village of Khanouka on Saturday evening with more than 15 bombs, some of which contained toxic chlorine, according to a security source who asked not to be named.

ISIS, currently sustaining severe losses due to continuing, nation-wide security operations, occasionally wage suicide bombings and shellings targeting areas they had lost in battles.

The most notable battle is now in Mosul, Nineveh, where the group continues to labour in defense of its last stronghold in Iraq but only to lose more ground, according to security officials and news reports.


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