The US has reportedly deployed Kurdish fighters to the Syrian province of Hasakah from Iraq.
At least 30 Kurdish officials and Peshmerga officers have been reportedly arrested for conducting trade with ISIS terrorists.
The US troops stationed in Makhmur have also retreated after Popular Mobilization Units took the control over the town from Peshmerga forces.
Kurdish security forces known as Asayesh and Peshmerga fighters have deported Arab and Turkmen families from Iraq’s northern province of Kirkuk following last week’s referendum on secession.
According to Peshmerga lieutenant colonel Haddad Omer a senior ISIS commander was killed in western part of Iraqi governorate of Kirkuk.
The US Department of State on Wednesday approved a $295.6 million arms sale for two Kurdish Peshmerga infantry brigades and two support artillery battalions in Iraq.
Iraqi Kurdish troops had captured the ISIS-held town of Bashiqa near Mosul, two weeks after they surrounded it and cut off its defenders.
Kurdish formations in Iraq and Syria started simultaneous offensives on ISIS-held Mosul and Raqqa strongholds.