Iraqi forces foil ISIS bid to sneak across Tigris River
The international coalition fighter jets and Iraqi artillery forces targeted ISIS sites in the right coast
Military sources reported that Iraqi forces busted on Thursday new ISIS elements who tried to infiltrate the Tigris River through boats from the right west coast to the left liberated coast of Mosul. The sources confirmed the deaths of a number of ISIS fighters in the failed infiltration operation.
Furthermore, the international coalition fighter jets and Iraqi artillery forces targeted ISIS sites in the right coast in preparation for the launch of the last stage of the liberalization of Mosul, in order to drain the capabilities of extremists fighting there.
A car bomb
In the left coast, the war media cell declared on Thursday, the explosion of a car bomb which was intended to target civilians.
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