ISIS attacks Iraqi forces near Baiji refinery

Mourners react during funeral of fighter killed in clashes with ISIS militants in Baiji, during funeral in Najaf.

Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militants attacked government forces and their Shiite militia allies on Saturday, killing 11 near the city of Baiji as part of the battle for control of Iraq’s biggest refinery, army and police sources said.

Four suicide bombers in vehicles packed with explosives hit security forces and the local headquarters of the Shiite militias in the area of al-Hijjaj, 10 km (6 miles) to the south of Baiji town, near the refinery, sources at the nearby Tikrit security operations command said.
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Source News: Alarabiya
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