An improvised explosive device (IED) detonated near the University of Mosul in northern Iraq on Saturday, causing casualties, Iraqi Media Networks reported.
The Media Networks, however, has not specified the number of those injured or killed.
The IED was reportedly planted on a motorbike.
Mosul was captured by Daesh back in 2014 and was liberated by the Iraqi military, three years later.
The situation in the city and across Iraq, however, remains unstable, as terrorists continue staging regular attacks on Iraqi troops and civilians.