ISIS seizes dozens of northern Iraq residents
A resident from Gharib said they took around 90 people from that village, and that the fighters said they were searching for 15 men who burned their flag there.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) militant group seized dozens of men from two villages in northern Iraq on Friday while searching for people who burned its flag, officials and residents said.
An intelligence officer said that a total of 170 men were taken from the villages of Al-Shajara and Gharib in Kirkuk province, after two ISIS flags were burned in the area, an account confirmed by other officials from the province.
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Source News: Alarabiya
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