At least three members of Iraq’s security forces and one civilian were killed on Saturday in three separate attacks by terrorists, security sources said.
An army officer and soldier were killed when an explosive went off inside a house they were de-mining in the Sinjar district west of Mosul, and another soldier was injured.
In Diyala province, a sniper shot dead an intelligence official in an area northeast of provincial capital Baquba, and a civilian was killed when a bomb went off inside his car in an area west of the city of Samarra in Salahuddin province.
Daesh has not claimed responsibility for any of the attacks but the group is active in all three areas.
Iraq declared victory over Islamic State, which once held large swathes of the country, on December 2017.