Iraqi security forces have arrested 13 armed elements of ISIS in a security operation, north of the country.
A security source said that security forces carried out a security operation in the district of Al-Ba'aj west of the city of Mosul, pointing out that 13 members of ISIS were arrested and transferred to the headquarters of Nineveh operations.
At the same time, security forces found 14 explosive devices in Samarra and Kirkuk in northern Iraq.
A statement issued by the security information centre said that the security forces found eight explosive devices of different types and sizes were planted by elements of ISIS in an island in west of Samarra, and another six devices in the province of Kirkuk.
On the other hand, a joint security force managed to liberate the abductees hours after they were kidnapped by ISIS on the road of Baghdad-Kirkuk northern Iraq. (QNA)
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