Sushma Swaraj meets kin of 39 Indians killed in Iraq, assures bodies will be brought to India in a week
Bodies of 39 Indians killed in war-torn Iraq will be brought to India in a week's time, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj told the families of the deceased
The 39 Indian constructions workers whose bodies were discovered in a dirt mound outside a village in Iraq's Mosul were shot dead, most of them in the head
Iraqi authorities have found the bodies of 38 Indian construction workers abducted when Islamic State militants overran the northern city of Mosul more than three years ago, officials said
Indians missing in Iraq: DNA testing of families completed, samples sent to Baghdad for verification, says MEA
India has completed the DNA testing of the families of 39 Indians missing from Iraq's Mosul city since 2014
Iraqi prime minister Haider al-Abadi says the fate of 39 Indians captured by the Islamic State group when the extremists initially overran Mosul three years ago is still unknown.
Sushma Swaraj's mission to find 39 missing Indians in Iraq deserves support even if odds are against it
Irrespective of the results of Sushma Swaraj's initiative to find the missing 39 Indians in Iraq, the external affairs ministers deserves kudos for her effort
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has sought the Iraq government's help in tracing the 39 Indians, abducted in June 2014 in Mosul, as also help in facilitating the visit of her deputy VK Singh to Badush.
Can't say 39 missing Indians in Mosul are dead without proof, it's a sin: Sushma Swaraj says in Parliament
There is no evidence of the 39 missing Indians in Iraq being dead or alive but search for them will continue, Sushma Swaraj said
The Punjab Congress accused the external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj of "misleading" the country on the fate of 39 Indians abducted in Iraq and asked her to provide "credible information" on the issue.
39 Indians abducted in Iraq by Islamic State: Victims' families 'hopeful' of reunion after meeting Sushma Swaraj
Families of 39 Indians abducted in Iraq by the Islamic State are hopeful that their loved ones would be re-united with them