A mass grave containing the headless remains of about 100 civilians were discovered inside a school in the town South of Mosul.
A mass grave was discovered by Iraqi forces in the agricultural school on the outskirts of Hammam al-Alil, which was returned from the oppression of ISIS, according to the joint military command of Iraq. The "gang of militants continue to commit crimes against our people," the statement said.
Special teams are sent to investigate the killings, said in a statement. Beheadings and mass graves have become a hallmark of the Sunni terrorist group. Federal forces Iraqi police and army troops attacked the ISIS, who were in the town of Hammam al-Alil - about 30 km (18.6 miles) South of Mosul on Saturday.
A day earlier, the UN Agency for refugees stated that he had received a message that ISIS instructed residents to take boys aged 9 years and older, presumably to fight on behalf of the group of terror.
From 17 October, a huge coalition of the Iraqi forces is already offensive to regain Mosul, the main ISIS foothold in Iraq, which was under the control of the terrorist group for two years. Mosul is the second most populous city of Iraq, with 1.2 million residents after Baghdad. The Agency's aid warn that the push to liberate the city could trigger a new refugee crisis.
Coalition forces have made great progress on the approach to Mosul, but was faced with fierce resistance at the entrance to the city limits.
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