Iraqis dig up mass grave near Manbij: ‘ISIS attacked this area because they were afraid’ – live
Iraqi forces have recovered the bodies of at least 44 fighters from a mass grave near Manbij city, a leading security official in the city said Friday.
“More than 45 bodies from this mass grave have been recovered from the area.
“They were all killed when terrorists from the Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) attacked this area, because they were afraid of the US-led coalition coalition [with the aim of attacking the city],” he told AFP.
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The death toll from the battle is expected to rise significantly in the coming days, police and local officials say.
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The Mosul Dam, the largest natural wonder in the Middle East, was constructed in the early 2000s. It can hold as much as half a million cubic meters of water, and in September 2013, an estimated 5 million cubic meters of water was pumped into the dam, displacing the area’s population of 730,000.
In 2012, Iraq’s parliament, under pressure from international inves바카라사이트tors, pledged to spend up to $15 billion to build a dam for Iraq’s booming economy, but it was not completed until 2014.
In 2013, as Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki stepped down, his replacement, Haider al-Abadi, took over and is now in charge of an eight-point plan aimed at stabilizing the country’s economy.
Iraq and its central government in Baghdad were able to start moving some of the large and heavy equipment used to construct the dam, and to start pumping water from the dam and the surrounding area into the city’s water network. But in January, a major problem arose when a river that runs under a part of the dam suddenly began flowing into the city, and the situation spiraled out of control.
In late February, the country’s parliament voted to raise the national budget b