Popular Mobilization Forces Pursue ISIS Remnants in Amerli
The popular mobilization forces in Iraq announce an inspection operation to pursue ISIS remnants in the city of Amirli in Salah al-Din governorate.
Today, Tuesday, the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) declared the start of an inspection operation to hunt out ISIS remnants in Amerli, Salah al-Din Governorate, in the country's north.
A joint force of the 52nd Brigade in the Popular Mobilization and Rapid Response launched an operation to pursue ISIS remnants, noting that the operation "aims to secure electric power towers linking Diala and Salah al-Din."
On Friday, the PMF announced that they had thwarted a terrorist ambush targeting their advancing fighters in al-Tarmiyah.On Saturday, they thwarted an ISIS attack in the Al-Mashadah area north of Baghdad.
Last Wednesday, Iraqi warplanes carried out raids on "ISIS" sites in Hamrin Mountain, on the border separating the headquarters of the Joint Operations Command in Kirkuk and the operations headquarters of Salah al-Din.
Additionally, today, one of the terrorists responsible for booby-trapping operations in Nineveh has been detained.
The head of the Iraqi National Security Apparatus Abdul Ghani al-Asadi stressed the necessity of international efforts to combat extremism. In a statement, al-Asadi emphasized the significance of working in accordance with the principle of intellectual moderation and peaceful coexistence among countries and people in the region, as well as the need to unify efforts to combat extremism in all its forms.
Days ago, The Iraqi Armed Forces started, along with the Popular Mobilization Forces, a large-scale search operation for ISIS remnants throughout Nineveh in northern Iraq.
Attacks on US convoys in several provinces
According to an Al Mayadeen correspondent, six convoys providing logistical assistance for American soldiers were targeted in Iraq in the last few hours, in several regions across multiple provinces.
According to the correspondent, an explosive device attacked a convoy of logistical assistance for American soldiers in Samawah, southern Iraq, and another convoy was targeted in Diwaniyah and Dhi Qar, also in southern Iraq, by an explosive device.
Two explosive devices were targeted by a double explosion in Babylon, south of Baghdad with another explosion targeting Yusufiyah, in southern Baghdad.