On April 28, an alleged ISIS suicide bomber attacked an intelligence bureau in northern Iraq injuring at least 3 security personnel.
“Iraqi security forces had spotted two men, one wearing an explosive vest and a driver, approaching the gate of the Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism Directorate in the Qadisiyah neighborhood in the northern city of Kirkuk, a security official said.
The man hurled a grenade and then detonated his explosives vest before entering the premises, the official said. The other man, apparently the driver, sped away from the the scene,” the Daily Sabah reported.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack via its news agency Amaq.
— Kawa Kurdistan ☀️ (@KawaKurdistan5) April 28, 2020
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