Indian nurses are safe and free in Mosul, Kerala CM says

Indian nurses are safe and free in Mosul, Kerala CM says

The 46 nurses who had been forced by Sunni militants to move out of the hospital they were hiding are being taken to Mosul city, officials confirmed. All 46 Indian nurses abducted by suspected ISIS militants from Tikrit in strife-torn Iraq reached Mosul unharmed on Thursday night, their relatives told HT. They were forcibly moved out by the Sunni insurgents who were holding them captive, one of them told HT on Thursday, while being herded into a truck.

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