IS says it executed six for spying in Iraq’s Fallujah


BAGHDAD: The Islamic State group on Thursday released pictures of six men being executed on charges of “spying” for the Iraqi government in the city of Fallujah.

In a statement posted on social media, the IS militants use three different methods to execute their victims, all wearing orange jumpsuits.

“The judicial police carried out death sentences issued by an Islamic court in Fallujah against several apostates after they were convicted of spying,” the statement said.