SDF is advancing south of al-Dashisha town, on the Iraqi-Syrian border.

Map. History of ISIS conflict

16 July 2018
ISKP claims suicide attack in Jalalabad
At least 19 killed in Jalalabad suicide blast
2 week ago
Armed assailants decapitated three guards of a school in Khogyani District in Nangarhar Province, the so-called defacto capital of ISIS in Afghanistan, officials say
Death toll of the explosion in Jalalabad rose to 12. Local officials in Jalalabad confirm that 20 others have been wounded in the incident
An explosion reported in Jalalabad city, near to governor house, where President @ashrafghani has meetings today
Explosion reported in Jalalabad city
Four killed and ten wounded in Jalalabad explosion in PD1, public health officials confirm
SDF is advancing south of al-Dashisha town, on the Iraqi-Syrian border.
91st Brigade from the Iraq Army (presumably 16th Division) and Jund Al-Imam's (Brigade 6) Shammar governmentnt foiled an attack by ISIS near Shirqat. Militants were coming from the direction of Umm Gharba village.
Iraq announces full control of border with Syria after installing fence, thermal cameras
Three explosions near the ballot boxes warehouse in Kikruk, as manual vote recount to start on Tuesday. Several people are reportedly wounded.
At 0545a local time criminal elements attacked the site of the ballots on the west side of Kirkuk city followed by a RPG attack on Anti-Terror and ISF units. 14 wounded (4 CTS, 10 security personnel). 1 civilian has died and the ballot boxes are intact. IED in central Kirkuk.
HTS raided an ISIS hideout in Sarmin. Among a few 14.5mm guns and ATGMs is the flag of Liwa Dawoud (لواء داوود). The group was based in Sarmin until they joined ISIS in early July 2014.
Pro-ISIS hacking group United Cyber Caliphate UCC issued a statement indicating that being inactive recently is merely "the calm before the storm," adding that there are current divisiveness among the pro-ISIS cyber community and that it seeks to (re)unite these voices.
Mali: Katibat (Brigade) Salah Eddine pledged allegiance to IS and joined ISGS earlier this year released short video supposedly during clashes with MSA and GATIA. Sahel
Iraqi Joint Operations Command preparing to conduct large operations to pursue ISIS cells in captured areas, especially cities.
Yesterday evening, ISIS launched a series of attacks on the positions of the Assad forces in the districts of Subeikhan and al-Duweir in the eastern countryside of Deir-ez-Zur
Tahrir Al Sham announced control over all ISIS sites in Sarmin city in Idlib
An IS tunnel was found in Dashisha, southern Heseke countryside
Residents of Iraqi Kurdish village in Rashad district in southwest Kirkuk Province resist ISIS attack of not less than 15. Reinforcements from Fed Police and PMF (Hashd) arrive.
Clashes between the ISIS and the government forces on the outskirts of the AlDoir and Sabikhan east Deir Ez-zur
Iraqi Army and PMU (Hashd) artillery bombard ISIS positions in south Kirkuk Province. In recent days, ISIS has kidnapped and killed close to 40 Iraqis in Diyala, Kirkuk, Saladin and Ninawa Provinces.
Iraqi forces have foiled an ISIS attack in Adhaim, Diyalah province. At least 4 ISF member killed.
DeirEzzor: ISIS attacked Lebanese Hezbollah headquarters in alSayaal town in eastern countryside
Yesterday the SAA launched 2 SS-21 missiles from the T4 AB against ISIS in Homs pocket
SDF and mine clearance organizations are clearing up leftover ISIS IEDs in the newly captured Dishisha town. So far hundreds of IEDs have been dug out.
Iraq executed 13 "Islamic State" (IS) prisoners convicted on terror charges.
2 Iraqi farmers killed by improvised explosive device in Hawija district, Kirkuk Province.
ISIS kidnaps 3 civilians digging a well east of Rutba district in west Anbar Province, Iraq.
With intelligence provided by Counter Terrorism, airstrikes were carried out on Hamrin range which eliminated a group of ISIS and 3 tunnels. Took place on the lower section near the Diyala-Kirkuk-Salahuddin triangle.
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