150 Iraqi tribesmen opposed to Islamic State found in mass grave

By REUTERS
October 30, 2014 14:07

 
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The bodies of 150 members of an Iraqi Sunni tribe which fought Islamic State have been found in a mass grave, security officials said on Thursday.

Islamic State militants took the men from their villages to the city of Ramadi and killed them on Wednesday night and buried them, an official in a police operations center and another security official told Reuters.

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