A picture taken from a video released on Jan. 4, 2014, by the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria's Al-Furqan Media allegedly shows ISIS fighters marching at an undisclosed location. AFP PHOTO / AL-FURQAN MEDIA
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The governor of Iraq's Nineveh Province held Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki responsible Wednesday for the seizing of the northern Iraqi city Mosul by the militant group Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria saying that the militant group is cooperating with Syrian regime.Ethyl Najafi, speaking in a press conference, accused Iraqi military leaders of pulling out of Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city, and giving al-Maliki false reports just hours before militants from the Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria seized the city. The militant group is commonly known by the initials ISIS. Najafi said ISIS didn't seize control of Mosul on its own and other groups participated.
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