ISIS parades caged Kurdish fighters through Iraqi streets

February 23, 2015 03:57


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Islamic State released a new video in which caged Kurdish Peshmerga soldiers were were paraded through the streets in cages, AFP news agency reported Sunday.

The incident supposedly took place in the city of Kirkuk, Iraq and shows men dressed in orange jumpsuits inside cages placed on the back of white pickup trucks. Outside the cage of each truck was shown a person dressed completely in black and with faces covered. Crowds of people surround the trucks.

The fate of those inside the cages are unknown, though the end of the video showed the captives kneeling before the people dressed in black with guns to their heads. 

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