The Iraqi Federal Police forces managed to capture a headquarters of the Daesh (ISIS or ISIS) terrorist group in the northern city of Mosul.
Iraqi Federal Police Chief Lieutenant General Shaker Jawdat announced that as part of a massive offensive to retake the last major stronghold of Daesh terrorists in the Arab country, his forces retook full control over a command post of the militants in the city’s west.
He added that in the operation, the Iraqi forces seized explosives, a number of weapons and communications equipment from the terror group, the Arabic-language al-Forat news agency reported.
Earlier, Iraqi forces managed to liberate the Badush Bridge in western Mosul and a water plant in the area, according to Abdulamir Rashid Yarallah, the commander of the liberation operation for the city.
The Iraqi air force was also providing air cover to the soldiers operating on the ground against Daesh elements.