Daesh terrorists kill six women in Iraq’s Nineveh

Daesh Takfiri militants have executed six women in Iraq’s embattled northern province of Nineveh as the terrorist group continues perpetrating crimes on a large scale in the areas under their control.

According to Russia’s Sputnik news agency, four Izadi women, who were held as slaves by Daesh, were killed while trying to escape from al-Hadar district of the northern city of Mosul on Tuesday.

Daesh terrorists killed two other women from Mosul, who were working at Nineveh police department, for alleged charges of cooperating with Iraqi army forces, the report added.

Iraqi forces kill 22 Daesh terrorists

Meanwhile, Iraq’s Interior Ministry said that the country’s security forces killed at least 30 members of the Daesh terrorist group in the provinces of Anbar and Diyala, Sputnik reported on Wednesday.

The report said that 22 Daesh terrorists were killed in an operation in the city of Hadithah in the western province of Anbar.

Eight Daesh militants were killed and two others injured after Iraqi forces destroyed a camp belonging to the militants during an anti-terrorist operation near Baqubah, the provincial capital of the eastern province of Diyala.

Iraqi security forces also managed to capture a communication station belonging to Daesh terrorists in an area between the central cities of Ramadi and Samarra.

Iraqi fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units flash the sign of victory as they hold a position near Lake Thar Thar in the desert west of the city of Samarra, on March 4, 2016. © AFP

The northern and western parts of Iraq have been plagued by violence ever since Daesh terrorists began an offensive through the Iraqi territory in June 2014.

Iraqi army soldiers and fighters from Popular Mobilization Units are seeking to win back militant-held regions in joint operations.

On Tuesday, Iraqi security forces, backed by army units, liberated the Zankourah district in Anbar from Daesh terrorists.

By Press TV