Security forces impose curfew on Baghdad's vicinity

Iraqi security forces imposed on Saturday night a curfew in three areas in the vicinity of Baghdad.

This comes after Baghdad Operations announced that it has foiled a terrorist attack carried out by four suicide bombers.

The suicide bombers were targeting a Tribal Hashid post at Halabisah in north western Baghdad.

Baghdad Operations said that its forces managed to kill three of the attackers, but the fourth blew himself up.

In the wake of this attack, joint forces from the Iraqi Army, Federal Police forces imposed a curfew on Halabisah, Laheib, al-Shourtan districts in northeastern Baghdad, a security source told the Baghdad Post.

The security forces also carried out several raids in these areas, formed checkpoints to prevent any possible terrorists to enter or leave the districts.

The Iraqi capital Baghdad is witnessing a state of insecurity and chaos as terror attacks target civilians. Terrorist groups like ISIS, IMIS and others are targeting the city by booby-trapped cars, suicide bombs and other terrorist means in which the residents are feeling insecure and furious .