Baiji refinery shut down and foreign staff evacuated

17/6/2014 14:09:00
     Baiji refinery shut down and foreign staff evacuated

Well informed source said that the Baiji oil refinery in Salah al-Din province was shut down Monday night, and the foreign staffs working there were evacuated.
The local staffs are still in the refinery, a source in Tikrit told PUKmedia, adding that the refinery is still under the control of the army, pointing out that the terrorists are surrounding the refinery from all sides.



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