The ISIS group has detained four journalism students in Mosul on charges of leaking information from the jihadist bastion to Iraqi and media organisations, a media watchdog said Saturday, AFP reported.The four were taken from their homes in different parts of the northern city late Friday, the Journalistic Freedoms Observatory(JFO), an Iraqi organisation, said in a statement.Recommended:ISIS leaders marry young boys in Iraq’s Mosul Mosul activists and a former security official confirmed to AFP that four Mosul University students had been detained and taken to an unknown location. A journalist who was arrested for similar reasons in June, Jala al-Abadi, was executed in mid-July. According to JFO, IS holds at least eight journalists from the province of Nineveh, of which Mosul is the capital.