BISHKEK Six militants killed by security forces in Kyrgyzstan's capital Bishkek on Thursday belonged to Islamic State, the security police said on Friday, adding they had captured another seven members of the same group who were planning attacks.
"Yes, they were all Islamic State members," Rakhat Sulaimanov, spokesman for the GKNB security police, told Reuters. "Another seven were caught during the operation yesterday."
06:06 Indonesian militant inspired by Islamic State had weapons, ammunition
23:14 Iraq announces start of offensive to retake Mosul
23:05 As Trump stumbles, Clinton weighs a striking choice: Expand the map or stick to the plan
19:11 Apocalypse postponed: ISIS flees the village where it prophesied doomsday battle