On Saturday, more than 6 ISIS terrorists, including senior commanders, were killed in Iraqi airstrikes and artillery attacks near the city of Mosul.
According to the report, 6 ISIS terrorists, including the terrorist group’s so-called police commander Abdel Hadi Qardi and military training commander Issa Nasr, were killed in Iraq’s air raids and artillery attacks in al-Saray Ta Afar near Mosul city.
In a separate incident, the Iraqi army killed three suicide bombers who attempted to detonate in a military checkpoint in Qateh Makhmour region Southern Mosul in Nineveh province.
On Saturday, the Iraqi warplanes bombarded a convoy of 20 ISIS oil tankers in the northern part of Iraq. More than 10 ISIS terrorists were killed and all the tankers were destroyed by the airstrikes.
Since June 2014, Iraq has been observing ISIS terrorist activities. The US-led coalition started its operations allegedly hitting ISIS, although many believe ISIS is a creation of the west.
However, the 66-member coalition has been failing to control ISIS terrorism, when a concerted push by Iraqi forces are dealing terrorists and forcing it out of the central city of Ramadi, the capital of the western Anbar Province.