Kurdish peshmerga fighters backed by coalition air strikes have driven ISIL militants out of a village south of Kirkuk in Iraq.
This is part of a new offensive against the group, which also calls itself Islamic State and ISIS.
Operations against the militants in numerous locations reportedly began on Friday.
Iraqi officials released images of a series of air strikes carried out near the Iraqi city of Mosul.
A vehicle and a compound described by officials as ISIL targets were hit.
The US and its allies are helping with air strikes against the militants in Iraq and Syria.
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