ISIS militants blow up two oil wells in Kirkuk
The ISIS terrorist elements detonated bombs near two oil wells in Kirkuk province in northern Iraq.

The attacks took place in Bai Hassan oil field in the al-Dibis area northwest of the namesake provincial capital Kirkuk, some 250 km north of Iraq's capital Baghdad.
One police guard was killed and another was injured, an intelligence source reported.
According to the informed source, the Iraqi security forces are controlling the situation and the terrorists have escaped the scene.
The Ministry of Oil said in a statement "an explosion occurred at dawn today wells 183 and 177 at the Bay Hassan field in Kirkuk governorate which killed and wounded security and police personnel.”
The firefighting teams in the North Oil Company put out the fire at well 177 and working to control the fire at well 183.
"These desperate attempts will not stop workers in the oil sector from making maximum efforts to protect the oil wealth and to maintain and increase production for the public good." The statement added.
Al-Jazeera also quoted security sources as saying that oil production at two oil wells in the Kurdish-majority Kirkuk had been halted.
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