SOUTH OF MOSUL, Iraq (Reuters) – Iraqi authorities are keeping 1,400 international spouses and kiddies of suspected Islamic State fighters in a camp after government forces expelled the jihadist team in one of the final staying strongholds in Iraq, safety and help officials stated.
Most of them state they’ve been from Russia, Turkey and Central Asia, but there are some from countries in europe, the officials said. They will have mostly appeared during the camp south of Mosul since Aug 30.
An Iraqi cleverness officer stated which they had been in the act of confirming their nationalities along with their house nations, because so many associated with ladies no more had their initial documents.
It will be the biggest team of foreigners connected to Islamic State to be held by Iraqi forces given that they began expelling the militants from Mosul along with other areas in north Iraq a year ago, a help official stated. Continue reading Exclusive: Iraq keeping 1,400 international spouses, kids of suspected ISIS fighters