Peshmerga Receives 400 Families Escaped From Daesh In Mosul

| November 12, 2016

Mosul / About 400 families displaced from the left side of the city of Mosul reached to the liberated Baybokt village 10 km north of Mosul, according to a source in the Ministry of Peshmerga.

The source told the National Iraqi News Agency / that "Peshmerga forces in Baybokt village that recently freed received about 400 families from the inhabitants of neighborhoods north of Mosul in the left side escaped from the oppression and mortars of Daesh."

The source added that "the Peshmerga forces received and helped the families, mostly elderly people and children to get to the village, which includes many of the camps for displaced people, as well as schools and abandoned government departments.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

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