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IS claim responsibility for deadly Turkey car bomb

So-called Islamic State have claimed responsibility for a car bomb in the Turkish city of Diyarbakir that left eight dead and more than 100 wounded.

Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said on Friday in the immediate aftermath of the attack that Kurdish militants were responsible for the blast, and that one member of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) was killed.

ITV News sees weapons left by IS fighters outside Mosul

The Iraqi Army load a truck with weapons left behind by IS fighters. Credit: Lufti Abu Aun

ITV News has seen "dozens of landmines and various amounts of ammunition" left by retreating so-called Islamic State militants as the Iraqi Army battle to reach Mosul.

News Editor Lufti Abu Aun says the Army's 9th Division claimed to have liberated 10 villages southwest of the city - including Ibrahim al Khalil and Adla - where they came across the weapons cache.

Iraqi forces hold aloft an Islamic State flag left behind by retreating militant fighters. Credit: Lufti Abu Aun
A Iraqi Army soldier is seen in front of an uncovered landmine. Credit: Lufti Abu Aun

Lufti Abu Aun recorded a video of the ITV News team in an Iraqi army humvee driving to the liberated villages.

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