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An explosive device exploded in Anbar Province, Iraq

An Iraqi security source announced today, Wednesday, that an explosive device exploded in Anbar Governorate, in the west of the country. The Iraqi capital, Baghdad.


The source, who refused to reveal his name, added that the explosion that targeted the convoy of Sheikh Mandoul Satm al-Jughaifi, a leader in the tribal mobilization, did not result in any significant human losses, without indicating more details in this regard.


This comes at a time when security and qualitative operations have been launched in the desert of Anbar Governorate, located in western Iraq, to ​​hunt down and eliminate the remnants of the terrorist organization "ISIS".


Earlier, the Iraqi Security Media Cell announced the arrest of two terrorists and the seizure of explosive devices in Anbar and Nineveh governorates.

The cell stated - in a statement reported by Alsumaria News - that the Military Intelligence managed to arrest two terrorists, one of whom was in Al-Rutba in Anbar, who targeted the security forces and led the attack on the Al-Hurriya police station and the Zankora area, and led the theft of weapons in the Al-Khasfa area and "5 km before liberation." "And the other terrorist was arrested in Nimrud, Nineveh, and they are wanted by the judiciary in accordance with Article 4 of terrorism... Noting that 65 explosive devices were seized in Anbar."

On the other hand, the leader of the Iraqi State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, discussed with the ambassadors of a number of foreign countries the issues of elections and cooperation in the field of energy and alternative energy.

The State of Law coalition stated - in a statement reported by the Iraqi (Alsumaria News) channel - that Al-Maliki received in his office the ambassadors of the countries (Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and the Norwegian Chargé d'Affairs) to Iraq, during which they exchanged views on the developments in the situation in Iraq and the region. Preparations are underway for early legislative elections.