WASHINGTON — Iraqi security forces, with U.S. advisors, have arrested three suspected criminal associates of terrorist groups operating in Iraq, military officials said.
Iraqi forces arrested a suspected associate of the Kataib Hezballah terrorist network today during a combined security operation in Baghdad.
Iraqi forces and their U.S. advisors searched a building with a court warrant for a member of the group suspected in attacks against Iraqi and U.S. forces. Information and evidence gathered at the scene led them to identify and arrest a suspected associate of the wanted man.
On Aug. 4, Iraqi forces arrested two suspected al-Qaida in Iraq criminal associates near Tikrit.
Iraqi forces, working with U.S. advisors, searched several buildings with a court warrant for a suspected al_Qaida in Iraq leader responsible for bombing attacks against Iraqi and U.S. forces. Information and evidence gathered at the scene led Iraqi forces to identify and arrest two suspects.
U.S. Department of Defense
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