ISIS terrorists kill five in an attack near a village in northern Iraq: Reuters

Iraqi Sulaimaniya / Baghdad — ISIS terrorists killed four Peshmerga soldiers and one civilian in an attack near the village of Karaselam in northern Iraq, injuring six others, security sources said on Sunday. rice field.

The Peshmerga province said in a statement that the terrorist attack caused casualties, but did not confirm the casualties.

One Colonel Peshmerga said ISIS terrorists were using hit-and-run tactics in night attacks on their locations.

“They avoid holding the ground for long periods of time … more reinforcements have been dispatched to the area to prevent further attacks,” said the Colonel.

Iraqi security forces have been mobilized in the area to support Peshmerga, according to Iraqi military sources.

Terrorist groups also hijacked the day after attacking the village of Luhaiban in northern Iraq, security sources told Reuters on Sunday. There was no immediate confirmation from Iraqi authorities.

The two villages are located in remote areas claimed by the Iraqi government in Baghdad and the government in the Kurdistan region of Erbil’s northern autonomy, where regular attacks by ISIS are taking place. However, it is a rare case that an ISIS terrorist controls a residential area near the main road, which is the highway connecting Elville and Kirkuk.



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