Iraqi security forces found a car bomb and explosive belts in Nineveh province, north of Baghdad, on Saturday (September 28th) in a specific intelligence operation.
In a statement received by the Baghdad Post, the Iraqi Security Media Cell announced today that a force from Brigade 43 in the 20th Division of the Nineveh Operations Command was able to find a car bomb in the village of Abu Jurd, south of Malha.
The cell added that the force dismantled the car bomb in the village mentioned in the province of Nineveh, north of the country.
According to the cell, the same force found five explosive belts, according to accurate information within the process.
The Iraqi security media cell, at the end of its statement, that the security force, detonated explosive belts, five, without incident.
Iraqi forces achieved all of their targets set in the five stages of Operation "Will of Victory," which began on Sunday morning, July 7, to search the desert areas linking the provinces of Nineveh, Salah al-Din and Anbar, and reaching the Syrian international border, in the northwestern part of the country. Country.
Iraqi forces continue to search, cleanse and pursue ISIS remnants across the country to ensure that the organization and its fleeing elements do not re-emerge.
In December 2017, Iraq announced the liberation of its entire territory from ISIS after nearly three and a half years of clashes with the terrorist organization that occupied nearly a third of the country.