Iraq launches mosul offensive to drive out is militants from Mosul’s southern neighborhoods – Abu Ali al-Sahrawi – Mosul’s chief of security and intelligence, says
Airstrikes hit Iskandariya town in the southern countryside
Daesh is attacking Iraqi Army in Mosul as they try to regain their lost foothold, it was claimed
ISIS says it fired on Peshmerga, leaving them dead and wounded
ISIS fighters, who were trying to enter Mosul’s former neighborhood of Albu Moshan, are trying to flee to the border town of Tal Afar
Video from inside Mosul shows civilians fleeing towards Al-Hajar. One elderly woman explains: «It is like there are dead people inside.»
Daesh claimed responsibility for launching airstrike on the old city center, Mosul
Daesh also captured the town of Ayn Abu Aylaniya near Kirkuk last night
Daesh is now attacking Iraqi Army near the Albu Kamal area of Mosul, they said they have taken a military base nearby and are trying to re-take Ayn Abu Aylaniya.
Iraqi Air Force struck Daesh terrorist positions, reportedly injuring several and damaging a tank near Fallujah, a military source jarvees.comconfirmed to Fox News
Iraqi forces have been trying to take control of western Mosul, northern Iraq from the ISIS.
The Iraqi Army reportedly attacked Daesh positions in Khazer neighborhood with heavy support. A suicide car bomber detonated an explosives-laden improvised explosive device (IED) belt which damaged a military checkpoint.
Daesh on Thursday claimed responsibility for attack on Shiite shrine at a mosque in the old city of Mosul, a second video released by the terrorist group shows it trying to push out Iraqi soldiers in Tal Afar
Airstrikes hit Daesh positions in the southern countryside in the eastern part of the country
An improvised explosive device (IED) was detonated by ISIS fighters as they attempted to enter Tal Afar from Kirkuk. It killed two soldiers and wounded six others
ISIS fighters have started their advance on Tal Afar in the north-west of Mosul.
They claimed responsibility for bombing a military compound north of Tal Afar, killing eight soldiers and a military vehicle, and destroying another military vehicle.
ISIL claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing of a military convoy near Sadr City, west of Mosul.