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ISIS Menace: 500 killed, 8000 leave Iraq, says Official

Baghdad, May 18: Around 500 people including civilians and Iraqi army were killed and more than 8000 people left the country after the most dreaded terror outfit Islamic State controlled some parts of the country over the past few days, said an official. 

The ISIS controlled the Anbar province yesterday. In the past few months the terrorists carried out brutal killings, inhuman acts including sexually assaulting the Iraqi women, engaging the civilians into barbaric act or killing them mercilessly.

The situation is shocking and disturbing. However, there is no end to their torture.

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