At least five people were killed, and two more were wounded in recent violence:
Turkish jets bombed suspected Kurdistan Workers’ Party guerrillas in Metina and left four of them dead.
In Sadr City, gunmen killed a man they believed to be gay and left a warning message on his person.
A bomb wounded two employees of the Diyala Electricity Department in Sherwin.
Also, security forces captured Abdul Nasser Qirdash, a potential successor to deceased ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.