Three Iraqi civilians have been wounded in an explosion in Old City of Mosul's right bank, security officials said Sunday.
In a statement, the official said " An improvised explosive device (IED) from ISIS war remnants blew up, injuring three civilians in the Old City of Mosul".
Meanwhile, security sources told The Baghdad Post bodies of two women had been pulled out from under the rubbles in Old City.
The victims may have been killed in an air strike about two weeks ago, the sources said.
Mosul was declared fully liberated on July 10th.
However, international organizations said Iraqi army and allied Shia militias have been involved in war crimes against Sunnis.
Since 2003, Iraq has been home to a series of terror attacks that killed and wounded tens of thousands.
Violence in the war-ravaged country has forced millions of Iraqis out of the country or displaced in poor-equipped camps in Iraq.
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