A force belongs to The National Security Service arrested today a terrorist group consists of nine members of “Daesh” criminal gangs who were hidden in Sulaimania Governorate.
The service issued a statement, mentioning that a force belongs to the service’s branch in Kirkuk Governorate, depending on intelligent information, was capable of specifying the location of that terrorist group including nine members of “Daesh” whom legal notes were issued for them because of terrorist cases.
The statement added that those terrorist participated in killing and displacing locals besides fighting against the Iraqi security forces, confirming that they were delivered to the concerned official sides in order to take the required legal procedures.
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