Sabotage of electricity transmission towers in Iraq, west of Kirkuk

Kirkuk-ALSHARQIYA  November 24: ISIS militants detonated high-pressure towers carrying electric power west of Kirkuk
Security sources stated that ISIS militants targeted a number of power lines that carry electricity to water stations and oil projects and equip military bases and centers, including Qayyarah and K1 between Kirkuk and Salah al-Din, by planting five explosive devices.
The sources said that the explosion took place in the village of "Al-Durban" in the vicinity of Jabal Hamrin, and coincided with the reduction of Kirkuk's share of supplies through the national network from 650 to 450 megawatts due to the decrease in national production.
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