On Tuesday, the Iraqi Joint Operations Command announced that the Iraqi military has conducted airstrikes against ISIS in Syria's Deir ez-Zour Province, which led to the killing of at least 40 ISIS militants.
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.
A security source reported that a tip off led to the arrest of an ISIS militant who worked as a judge in the Tal al-Zahab village in southwestern Kirkuk. The security forces also apprehended 15 other ISIS militants in different areas of Kirkuk.
Sirwan Barzani a official in charge of the Peshmerga in the Kuwair-Makhmour region said that the Peshmerga, in cooperation with the coalition jets have been able to target five ISIS hideouts and kill 11 militants in Nineveh Province.
Brigadier General Hamad Names al-Jubouri, a commander in the Nineveh Police Command, announced on Sunday that a senior leader in the Islamic State was killed by a tribesman in West Mosul. The killed militant, Abu Aisha al-Turkmani, was the Islamic State's Wali in the Baaj area.
On Wednesday, a security sources said that the Iraqi Federal Police in the southwest of Kirkuk have killed Shehab Ahmed al-Sallab, a 'dangerous' leader in the Islamic State. This comes as part of the operations that the Federal Police have launched against ISIS sleeper cells in the province.
Spokesperson for Iraqi Interior Ministry announced that the Nineveh Counter-Terrorism Department has arrested eight ISIS militants in sporadic areas across Mosul and Tal Afar. Some of the members worked for the organisation's Hisbah department.