Iraqi forces on an armored personnel carrier (APC) advance in the Jurf al-Sakhr area, north of the Shiite shrine city of Karbala on Oct. 30, 2014, after they retook the area from ISIS. AFP PHOTO/HAIDAR HAMDANI
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ISIS militants have executed 85 more members of the Albu Nimr tribe in Iraq in a mass killing campaign launched last week in retaliation for resistance to the group's territorial advances, a tribal leader and security official said on Saturday.Members of the Albu Nimr tribe had held out for weeks under siege by ISIS fighters in Anbar Province to the west of Baghdad, but finally ran low on ammunition, fuel and food.Hundreds of tribal fighters withdrew and hundreds of members of the tribe fled their village.
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