(South Front) Iraqi security forces (ISF) have cleared from ISIS militants the Mosul Park and the areas of Al-Muhandisin, Nurqal, Taqafah and the Ancient Nineveh, de-facto setting up control over the whole eastern part of Mosul.

ISF units also gained control over 5 Mosul bridges from the eastern side of the city.

North of Mosul, the Popular Mobilization Units (Hashd Al-Sha’abi) continued their rapid advance towards the strategic town of Tal ‘Afar, killing and wounding scores of Islamic State terrorists on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, near the Syrian border, the Iraqi Army has resumed their military campaign to liberate the final Islamic State strongholds in the Al-Anbar Governorate.

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