On Thursday, Iraqi Federal Police Command announced the killing of 18 Islamic State members in an operation which was carried out by ISF in Qurret Goukh mountains, east of Nineveh. The operation also resulted in many ISIS explosives being seized.
Zarifa, an Afghan mother of three recollects the day that the local ISIS group to her village, demanded money, and threatened to kill her family. According to observers, even by the bloody standards of the Afghan war, Islamic State has gained an unmatched reputation for extreme brutality.
The commander of the Diyala Operations Command, Major General Mazhar al-Azzawi, announced that the security forces have arrested the leader of the Islamic State's so-called Kirkuk State while he was attempting to sneak into the province through northeast Diyala.
A security source in Diyala Province revealed that two Islamic State leaders were killed in an airstrike northeast of Baquba. The airstrike is part of the wide-scale operations launched in Diyala to rid the province of ISIS sleeper cells.
Members of the 74th division of the Iraqi Army, backed by Hashd al Shaabi troops have reported that at least two ISIS members have been killed and 4 others injured in the district of Jalawla in Diyala province.