At least seven people including three Iranians were killed today in twin gun and vehicle bomb attacks in southern Iraq, officials said.
The toll from the attacks was 52 dead and 91 wounded, said Abdel Hussein Al Jabri, deputy health chief for the mainly Shiite province of Dhiqar of which Nasiriyah is the capital.
Wearing security force uniforms and driving stolen army vehicles, the attackers targeted a police checkpoint and two restaurants on a highway near the city of Nassiriya, using auto bombs and suicide vests, the sources said.
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In the second incident, attackers detonated a auto bomb at a nearby security checkpoint.
No group immediately claimed responsibility, but the attack occurred with Iraqi forces battling to defeat Islamic State militants in areas under their control.
Police sources said some police officers had died in the checkpoint attack, but the toll from that incident remained unclear.
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The recapture of Tal Afar was made possible with the help of the Iraqi army, Federal Police, counter-terrorism units, volunteer troops, and Rapid Response Forces, Abadi added. With loss of its territories in Iraq, ARS should focus on those actions of guerrilla and multiply attacks against population and security forces.
According to latest reports by the United Nations Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI), 297 Iraqi civilians were killed and injured in terrorist attacks and armed conflicts during ِAugust.
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