Iraqi news sources reported on Friday night that the remnants of the ISIS terrorist group had attacked the Iraqi Federal Police in the north of the country.
The remnants of the ISIS terrorist group once again targeted an Iraqi federal police station in Kirkuk province in the north of the country, the Saberin News channel affiliated with the Iraqi Resistance Forces reported.
According to the report, the center is located around the villages of Daquq in the northern province of Iraq.
No casualties have been reported so far.
In 2017, after three years of fighting, Iraq declared victory over ISIS terrorist group, but the scattered elements and nuclei of this terrorist group are still active in some areas of the provinces of Diyala, Kirkuk, Ninawa, Salahuddin, Al-Anbar and Baghdad.
Iraqi security forces are doing their best to completely clear these areas of terrorist elements.