Iraqi forces in Kirkuk arrest sleeper cell of 26 involved in recent terrorist activities

Iraqi counter-terrorism in the disputed province of Kirkuk on Monday announced they had arrested a group of 26 terrorists which had recently been active in the area.

“The terrorist sleeper cell was made up of 26 people, among them women,” the statement reads.

The statement mentioned the group was in possession of suicide vests, improvised explosive devices (IEDs), silenced pistols, and two cars packed with C-4, which is used to make bombs.

The counter-terrorism unit also claimed the group was responsible for most of the recent explosions in Kirkuk.

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Source: Kurdistan24