Iraqi forces announces liberating new areas in Mosul
08 Mar 2017 - 14:37
Baghdad: Iraqi security forces on Wednesday announced liberating new areas of central Mosul city center, west of the country.
Security source said that forces from the federal police and rapid response forces and counterterrorism invaded old Farouk, new Farouk and Ibn Al-athir grave, also known as " The girl's grave" provinces in Mosul city and liberated them after killing several members of ISIS and " suicidal rebels"as well as arresting other four ISIS members.
The source pointed out that the federal police forces managed to respond to the attack of ISIS in /Al Dawasa/ near / Nineveh/ Governorate building after killing six "suicide bombers".
In Al Dawasa and Bab Lakash in east side of Mosul, the security forces found large tunnels belonging to ISIS after its liberation. The tunnels connecting the Mosul's new provinces to the old ones contained civilians prisons, torturing equipment and a list of names of those executed.
The security source added that they were able to free number of civilians that were arrested by ISIS after hearing their screams in a small building belonging to the Civil Status Directorate in Mosul.