Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), announced on Monday that a mass grave containing more than 80 bodies of the so-called Islamic State (IS), or Daesh terrorists from different nationalities has been found in the city of Fallujah in Anbar Province, Iraq.
The grave included hundred of bodies of people who were killed prior to the liberation of the city and during military operations there, Iraq’s spokesman for the Joint Special Operations Command, Brigader General Yahya Rasul, told the Kuwait News Agency.
Iraqi forces also found a prison that was used by Daesh to suppress dissenters as well as large stores of and material for the local manufacturing of improvised-rockets.
Read More: Kuwait News Agency
Featured Image – An earlier mass grave uncovered by Iraqi Forces in June, Northwest of Fallujah, which primarily comprised of civilians. – KUNA
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