Gunmen abducted a local staffer working for the United Nations in Iraq
Shooters snatched a neighborhood staff member working for the United Nations in Iraq as police discovered eight bodies in distinctive parts of the capital, Baghdad, powers said Tuesday.
Eliana Nabaa, a representative for the U.N. mission, said the man was grabbed in the city of Baqouba, the capital of eastern Diyala region.
She included that Sunday's snatching occurred close to the administration base camp and that the U.N. is working with powers to recuperate him.
A neighborhood security authority said the man was snatched from his auto amid the day. The victimized person's sibling said the family has gotten a $100,000 payment interest for the U.N. staff member's discharge.
Hijacking for payment and over political issues long has been overflowing in Iraq.
In the interim Tuesday, eight bodies with gunfire wounds to their heads and midsections were found in distinctive parts of two Sunni-lion's share neighborhoods in western Baghdad, police said. Officers said they discovered no IDs with the bodies found in the Jihad and Ghazaliyah neighborhoods.
Dead bodies left in the road were a typical event amid the broad partisan roughness that overwhelmed Iraq quite a while prior.
All authorities and the relative of the abducted U.N. staff member talked on state of secrecy on the grounds that they are not approved to address columnists or dreaded backlash assaults.