Baghdad sources made a statement that at least 10 Islamic State (IS) militants have been killed in an operation against an IS hideout near Mosul, capital of Iraq's Nineveh province, the Iraqi military said. Accordingly the provincial Rapid Response elite police force, backed by Iraqi aircraft, raided the IS hideout at a large cave near al-Shoura area, Brig. Gen. Yahya Rasoul, spokesman of the Iraqi Joint Operations Command, said in a statement on Saturday.
Meanwhile as per report another provincial police force captured five suspected IS militants in Mosul, some 400 km north of Baghdad, after tip-offs from civilians and intelligence reports, Rasoul said in a separate statement.
Furthermore it was stated that the security
in Iraq has dramatically improved since Iraqi forces fully defeated are
militants across the country late in 2017. However, militant remnants regrouped
in urban and rugged areas, carrying out attacks against security forces and
civilians despite operations from time to time to hunt them down.
Saudi Arabia auctions real estates of billionaire Maan al-Sanea Riyadh sources stated that Saudi Arabia will auction real estate owned by indebted billionaire Maan al-Sanea and his company starting next month to help repay billions of riyals due to creditors. Meanwhile sources familiar with the matter told Reuters, Sanea ranked by Forbes in 2007 as one of the world's
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