BREAKING: Military Operation LAUNCHED, Paramilitary Troops KILL At Least 15- 6 Vehicles DESTROYED- Here’s The Details

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Baghdad – Iraqi security forces, backed by paramilitary troops launched an operation to clear a border area between Diyala and Salahuddin provinces from Islamic State militants- 15 ISIS terrorist were killed in the battle.

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The Defense Ministry’s War Media Cell said a military offensive was launched early Wednesday to clear the Mutaibija region and surrounding areas. The statement said forces partaking in the onslaught included army and police troops from both provinces, as well as al-Hashd al-Shaabi (Popular Mobilization Units) and army air forces.

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 at Iraqi News reports that Jassem Jabbara, head of the security committee in Salahuddin province council, saying that 15 militants were killed while six vehicles belonging to the group were destroyed in the offensive.

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Mutaibija has witnessed occasional attacks by ISIS against government and paramilitary troops deployments since Iraqi forces, backed by a U.S.-led coalition and PMus, launched a major offensive to retake areas occupied by ISIS since 2014, most notably the city of Mosul, Iraq’s second largest city and the group’s most important stronghold in the country.

Observers have said Islamic State’s occasional attacks against security and civilians outside Mosul aimed at distracting security attention from the Mosul front. ISIS still holds a few areas in Salahuddin, Diyala, Anbar and Kirkuk, but the Iraqi government, employing most of its military power in the Mosul campaign, is expected to aim at those strongholds once the battle in Mosul realizes victory.

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Iraqi generals say ISIS militants currently control less than seven percent of Iraqi territory.

The United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq says violence in Iraq left 1115 people dead and wounded in March.

The carnage continues.

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