Some were from Chechnya, one woman was Russian and another was from Iran.
Others included citizens from Syria, France, Belgium and Germany.
in line with German privacy laws, is getting consular assistance from the German Embassy in Iraq, said prosecutor Lorenz Haase from the eastern German city of Dresden.
Bush meets with US House leaders to brief them on his upcoming speech on Iraq, at the White House on March 17, 2003.
From left to right: House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, US House Speaker Dennis Hastert, Bush, and National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice.
Several female foreign IS fighters were detained by Iraq's military in Mosul recently, but Haase couldn't confirm that the German girl was part of that group.
Three Iraqi intelligence and investigative sources, who asked to remain anonymous, also confirmed that a number of foreigners were arrested in Mosul — 26 in all, including 2 men, 8 children and 16 women.