On Monday, September, 16, 2019, the Diyala police headquarters announced the destruction of 6 additives and the seizure of weapons in different areas in the province.
In a statement followed by PUKmedia, the police said: A joint security force from the typical Diyala Emergency Regiment, the First Swat team, and the detachments of the Directorate of Intelligence and Combating Terrorism of Diyala, in conjunction with the Fifth Division of the Army, carried out a security operation in the areas of the basin of Nada and the mountains of Qalqazz within the Mandali district east of the province, to pursue ISIS terrorist cells.
The statement added that the operation resulted in the destruction of four additives and seized a number of weapons and light and medium-sized equipment and four improvised explosive devices for the bombing and the process continues until the achievement of its objectives, pointing out that the operation coincided with operations carried out by a force from the Nidaa Diyala Brigade and the Iraqi army in Areas and orchards of Sharwen and Al-Duwalib within Mansourieh and villages and orchards north of Muqdadiya, which resulted in the destruction of two additives containing foodstuffs, military equipment and explosive belts that were completely destroyed.
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