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In Iraq ISIS beheads two alleged US spies

Also referred to as the Islamic State, the militant group has been a subject of worldwide rage due to the atrocities it has committed in the middle-east, chiefly Iraq

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Jihadist miltant group ISIS, have beheaded a pair of alleged spies who are said to be part of the US led coalition in Kirkuk, Iraq.

The Islamic group released pictures of the two being beheaded, accusing them of of spying for "the crusader alliance and the Rafidi" or Iranian government.

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First accused spy

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Second alleged spy

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The pictures were released on February 21, 2016 on ISIS terrorist channel with the title "Implementation of the Rule of Allah."

READ: Government warns of IS threat, tightens vigil at French, US missions

Also referred to as the Islamic State, the militant group has been a subject of worldwide rage due to the atrocities it has committed in the middle-east, chiefly Iraq.

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Picture showing ISIS military holding on to one of the alleged spies

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It has declared autonomy over some parts of Iraq and has successfully maintained a stand-off in the regions.

The US, France, Russia and some European countries have formed a coalition force in a bid to subdue the power of ISIS, who is now responsible for many deaths in the region.

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Pictures showing the alleged spies being slaughtered

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It has violated human rights using what the group terms as their way of dispensing justice for crimes against the Islamic State.

Both the young and the old are now victims of the group's ferocity, recently beheading a boy for listening to western music.

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