Iraqi special forces search for suicide bombers in Mosul

By REUTERS
November 28, 2016 14:27

One by one, hundreds of Mosul residents raised their shirts to prove they did not have suicide bombs strapped to their bodies, closely watched by Iraqi special forces fearful of the threat posed by Islamic State, even in areas they now control.

The men then handed over their identification cards so their names could be checked against a database of wanted Islamic State members, part of the painstaking process of clearing jihadists from each neighborhood of their Mosul stronghold.


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