8 men killed by Islamic State for allegedly cooperating with government
Bagdad (Jan. 06, 2014): The Islamic State group says it has killed eight men in northern Iraq's Salahuddin province for allegedly cooperating with the government.
A collection of photos posted late Monday on a Twitter account frequently used by the militants showed eight bearded men in orange jumpsuits with their hands tied behind their backs. Five were identified as police officers and two as informants, but no information was provided on the eighth victim.
The group didn't mention when the killings took place.