Police officials say the attack took place Saturday morning when the first bomb exploded near a busy market.
The victory marks a second blow to the extremist IS group in a month.
A series of bombings in Baghdad and near the Iraqi capital killed at least 23 people on Tuesday, officials said.
New Zealand will send a small number of troops to Iraq to train forces against the Islamic State group.
A source said the carrier would be engaged for several weeks.
The mission will involve about 12 Iraqi brigades, or about 25,000 troops, said a US military official.
Hassoun also formally conceded that his second disappearance began with an unauthorized absence.
Attacker set off his explosives-laden vest in a Baghdad square killing 15 and leaving 45 others injured.
The move came after Abadi visited the operations command and was briefed on the security situation.
Mosul is the biggest city in northern Iraq and the largest population centre in ISIS’ hands.
IS insurgents attacked regional Kurdish forces southwest of Kirkuk seizing parts of Khabbaz oilfields.
The Pentagon said this week the militants had been driven out of 90 percent of Kobani.
Iraqi security and govt officials have disputed the accounts saying radical jihadists from ISIS could have perpetrated the killings.
An exchange would set a precedent for negotiating with IS militants.
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