Coalition forces: Eleven 'suspected terrorists' captured
Tuesday, April 1, 2008
The website of the Multi-National Force in Iraq has said that eleven 'suspected terrorists' have been captured. The website claims that five of these people were wanted before the operations which took place today and yesterday.
A press release by MNF-Iraq described the detention of the suspected terrorists. It said "coalition forces detained eleven suspected terrorists using information from previous operations to target al-Qaeda in Iraq terrorists in two of the country’s major cities Monday and today."
The press release describes one operation in the city of Mosul yesterday. The release says "[on] Monday in Mosul, Coalition forces targeted a suspected terrorist allegedly involved in the al-Qaeda in Iraq – or AQI – propaganda network and smuggling operations. When the ground force arrived at the scene, the wanted individual turned himself in and was detained.
Coalition forces said yesterday that nine suspected al-Qaeda members were captured yesterday
- "Five wanted individuals, six others detained in Coalition operations" — , April 1, 2008
- "Nine suspected al-Qaeda in Iraq terrorists detained during Coalition operations" — , March 31, 2008