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Iraqi Security Forces Video: ISIS Terrorists Surrender In Mosul


A video has been released reportedly showing ISIS fighters crawling out of their tunnels to surrender to Counter Terrorism units in Mosul after the city was reclaimed from jihadists. The clip, uploaded to Twitter on Wednesday, appears to show wounded fighters, one using a pair of crutches, walking away from a destroyed building. The men can be seen with black hoods over their faces as they are led away by Counter Terrorism forces. The video uploader captioned the footage: 'More ISIS rats crawling out of their tunnels to surrender to Counter Terrorism units in Mosul Old city.' The Twitter account added that many of the captured jihadists are foreign fighters and are being transferred to Baghdad. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>>>

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