Iraqi warplanes spent 100 elements of organized terrorist strikes carried out by ISIS against targets for regulation in parallel with the military operations in the provinces of Anbar, Nineveh, Diyala and Salahuddin, according to a statement by the joint operations command today. The statement said that the warplanes based on intelligence information, perform air strikes against “ISIS” in parallel with the joint operations command operations in Anbar and Nineveh, Diyala and Salahuddin in the western regions and anah 100 dead elements of regulation after targeting these cells and destroy the bombs and missiles sites and plants bombs wheels and designated aircraft. The bodies were scattered Tanzim covered by flies in a Mosul’s streets yesterday while advancing u.s.-backed Iraqi forces in the last remaining group of neighborhoods that are still under the control of terrorists. Seven months after launching the Mosul campaign Iraq’s second largest city says government troops are now in the final stage after opening a new front in the North West of the city last week and gains in several districts there. In turn, the United Nations noted that more than 434 thousand Iraqis displaced from their homes in Mosul, nearly two months after the Iraqi army battle against regulation. He said the United Nations Office for the coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) quoted the Iraqi Government to 434, 775 people fled their stronghold of regulation since Iraqi forces launched operation West of Mosul on February 19. This brings the number of internally displaced people, since the start of the process of the connector as a whole in October, to 615, 150 Iraqis. In Baghdad, an armed group kidnapped seven people, including university students from their quarters and unaccounted for until now, security sources and a civil activist.