By: Middle East Affairs
On Thursday, police source said: “At slightest two policemen were killed and three injured when a suicide bomber drove an auto brimming with explosives at their checkpoint close to the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk.”
“The assault occurred in the town of Abbasi, around 65 km (40 miles) southwest of the oil city of Kirkuk,” police said.
It should be noted that there is no group has claimed responsibility for Thursday’s attack, however Islamic State militants frequently carry out such assaults.
A day ago, a suicide car bomb assault on a security checkpoint killed no less than eight individuals, including five minute men and three regular folks in western Iraq. Islamic State militants claimed responsibility regarding the Wednesday’s assault.
“Islamic State is probably going to wage an uprising in Iraq after its self-announced caliphate everything except fallen and the militants were unstuck from vast territories of the west and north of the nation,” Iraqi security officials said.