Iraq imposes curfew after suicide bombing in Mosul
3 car explosions killed and injured security forces and civilians
Iraqi government declared a curfew following a series of explosions that rocked eastern Mosul, killing and injuring dozens.
A security source confirmed a security cordon imposed around Kokjali suburbs and vehicles were banned on the streets.
Not less than 30 killed and several others were wounded after 3 suicide attackers blew their explosive-laden vehicles in the suburb, the first to be liberated from ISIS control in the Mosul offensive.