Joint security forces declared on Monday 100 ISIS terrorists have been killed and 26 vehicles destroyed on the Syrian-Iraqi borders.
A statement released by the forces said:"Over the past few hours, 100 ISIS terrorists have been killed and dozens of their vehicles destroyed as the forces continue to fend off their recurrent attacks."
War Media cell declared Monday that 20 of the terror group's recruits were killed and six vehicles destroyed near the Syrian borders.
This comes as ISIS terror group has been expelled from Mosul, one of the terror group's key bastions, after months-long fighting.
On June 29, Abadi declared Mosul as an ISIS-free city.