The Artillery Corps is an essential component of the security cordon along the border with Syria that is preventing ISIS infiltration into Iraq.
The extremist alliance has been detaining youth at its checkpoints and issuing summons ordering others to appear before it for investigation.
Following the attack, the Syrian Democratic Forces vowed they would continue their battle to oust the group from its last holdout in Syria.
Al-Qaeda says ISIS members are unable to understand Islamic texts and are bent on carrying out treason and treachery wherever they have influence. The same however could be said of al-Qaeda.
Ongoing efforts to prevent the extremist group from recruiting minors to fight in its ranks have been largely successful, officials say.
Under extremist rule, women were not allowed to do anything without permission from a father or husband. But today, things have largely changed.
Iraqi and Kurdish military officials have been working to strengthen co-ordination in order to fully rid the region of ISIS and restore stability.
Medics will go unpaid and services will suffer, the health directorates said, due to the suspension of the donor funding they receive.
The different Operations Commands will hand over security duties to local police forces by July in light of improved security, officials said.
Tensions with the Syrian regime can be seen in the southern province in anti-regime graffiti and attacks on regime posts and personnel.
Additional forces will take part in ongoing operations in pursuit of ISIS cells and collaborators in the province, particularly in the Mosul area.
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