The group's leaders, who were responsible for drawing up the general framework of its radical ideology, have been falling one after the other.
In less than a month, 5,000 families have been displaced from rural Idlib and Hama provinces, with many unable to secure accommodation.
Speaking on the anniversary of the victory over ISIS, the Prime Minister said Iraq could now turn to address host of other challenges.
The militant participated in the slaughter of hundreds of Albu Nimr tribe members between 2014 and 2015.
Civilians who suffered the most at the hands of ISIS are the most likely to come forward with tips about suspicious activity, officials say.
The group's weapon stockpiles have been depleted as a result of targeted security operations, and access to new deliveries is being blocked.
The 1st Mission Regiment has been dispatched to conduct high-level operations against the group's remnants and consolidate security.
A newly formed special force has been tracking down ISIS remnants hiding out in the province's orchards and agricultural areas.
Weapons and explosives found at three ISIS rest-houses in Kirkuk have been destroyed, and the hideouts themselves have been burned.
Iraqi forces have redoubled their efforts to oust ISIS from the province, targeting the group's covert networks in a string of operations.
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Iraqi forces have been working to eradicate ISIS sleeper cells in urban areas by tracking members down and monitoring their movements.