A number of casualties among pro-Iranian militias were reported by local media outlets.
The latest fighting began with an altercation on Thursday between members of different tribes, according to rights groups active in the area.
Iran has recently established even closer ties with Iraqi militias and is now using them to attack Israel, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and other states.
An ISIS resurgence is just one scenario out of four.
The US and UK helped Islamic militias flourish in the MENA region; they can help defeat them now.
The attack on Iraq’s Prime Minister is another step in drone warfare and is a message by pro-Iran groups in Iraq that the prime minister is not safe.
Iraq's elections turnout is steadily sinking with 40% on Sunday compared 60% in 2014.
Pro-Iranian militias in Iraq may want to transfer weapons and threats closer to the border with Israel.
Terrorists from Iraq, Syria and Yemen are being trained at Kashan Base north of Isfahan.
Bano, Deh Saleh, Pul e-Hesar in Baghlan province were taken by local militia groups in one of the first signs of armed resistance to the Taliban since their seizure of the capital Kabul on August 15.