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Five people were kidnapped from a village in Kakiyeh and attacked a point of the tribal crowd in Kirkuk

KIRKUK, Five people were kidnapped from a village in Kakiyeh south of Kirkuk.

A security source said that about 50 elements of the terrorist Daesh stormed the village of Znqar in the Daqouq district, and kidnapped one of the elders of the Kakiyeh sect, Farhad Agha, with four of his relatives."

The head of the Kakiyeh tribe in Iraq, Sheikh Sardar Agha, criticized the continued attacks on the villages of Kakiyeh for attacks, and kidnappings. He stressed that "the western areas of Daqouq district are still open to the terrorists because of the vastness and lack of full deployment of military equipment." He called on the Prime Minister to provide the protection of the villages of Kakiyeh, which has become vulnerable to targeting and threatens to empty them of the population because of the large number of kidnappings and killings and threats that affect the people by the remnants of Daesh.

In a related context, a security source confirmed that a number of Daesh elements attacked a checkpoint belonging to the tribal crowd near Yayji district west of Kirkuk. The attack wounded a number of members of the point, while an explosive device targeted the paramedics, killing two and wounding 10, mostly civilians.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

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KIRKUK, Five people were kidnapped from a village in Kakiyeh south of Kirkuk.

A security source said that about 50 elements of the terrorist Daesh stormed the village of Znqar in the Daqouq district, and kidnapped one of the elders of the Kakiyeh sect, Farhad Agha, with four of his relatives."

The head of the Kakiyeh tribe in Iraq, Sheikh Sardar Agha, criticized the continued attacks on the villages of Kakiyeh for attacks, and kidnappings. He stressed that "the western areas of Daqouq district are still open to the terrorists because of the vastness and lack of full deployment of military equipment." He called on the Prime Minister to provide the protection of the villages of Kakiyeh, which has become vulnerable to targeting and threatens to empty them of the population because of the large number of kidnappings and killings and threats that affect the people by the remnants of Daesh.

In a related context, a security source confirmed that a number of Daesh elements attacked a checkpoint belonging to the tribal crowd near Yayji district west of Kirkuk. The attack wounded a number of members of the point, while an explosive device targeted the paramedics, killing two and wounding 10, mostly civilians.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

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