Us hostage escapes iraqi captors

Us hostage escapes iraqi captors

Mesopotamia (June 30, 2014) – Two ISIS militants are reportedly killed in a terrorist attack in northern Iraq, although the group claimed the attack was a mistake.

The second h창원 출장 안마ostage, apparently a female hostage, escaped from their custody in the city of Qaraqosh during the evening of the 24th of June, before dawn local time (12.30am). In the early hours of the morning, ISIS militants stormed the building where the militants held the hostage, seizing at least two more hm카지노ostages while one was taken hostage, according to local media reports.

Mesopotamia is an Arab country in the middle of the Euphrates River, and borders Iraq’s Nineveh region.

It is home to Iraq’s Kurdish population, which began to take a more active role in the battle against ISIS in August 2014 when it declared itself in the region’s self-declared caliphate. Over time, Iraq’s Kurdish forces have become the most well-known and experienced component of the Iraqi army and Kurdish resistance to ISIS.

«We can confirm that the last hostage was an ISIS member,» the Iraqi National Police (ANP) quoted Lt. Col. Ahmed al-Obeidi as telling the Iraqi News Agency. «No other details or details were provided to clarify this claim.»

Earlier this month, the Islamic State (ISIS) announced that they had captured 22 hostages and abducted a fourth during a surprise attack on the town of Taza, a couple of miles to the west of Tal Afar. Although the attacks were initially blamed on local insurgents, they also proved to be the work of the group’s foreign supporters to infiltrate the town and set traps to lure in innocent civilians.

Despite these setbacks, ISIS and other jihadists are targeting and killing civilians in large numbers on a much grander scale than ever before, and are conducting many more attacks throughout the region. It is estimated that the terrorist group executed about 200 children in the 2014 Iraqi conflict. ISIS regularly holds hundreds of hostages of all ages, many of whom are kept captive for ransom or in horrific conditions in remote locations.

The Mosul dam crisis was a major turning point that forced ISIS to dramatically shift their tactics in its campaign, as more groups across the country began to face the same issues facing them: the lack of resources, infrastructure, and, most particularly, support from Iraqi state institutions in terms of securing the re포커gion. The United Nations Security Council has also recently declared 2016 «the Year of the Militant Kurdistan,» th