17 ISIS members killed during battles in northern Ramadi

Iraqi security forces. Archival photo.
Iraqi security forces. Archival photo.

( Anbar – Anbar Police Command announced on Sunday, that 17 ISIS members were killed in the liberation battles in northern Ramadi, while emphasized the destruction of three booby-trapped vehicles.

Anbar Police chief, Major General Hadi Rezeeg, said in a press statement received by, “Today, a security force from the [army’s] Tactical Regiment, backed by the international coalition aviation, conducted an extensive military operation to liberate the areas of Albu Risha and Touwa in northern Ramadi from the ISIS control, killing 17 ISIS members and destroying 3 booby-trapped vehicles.”

Rezeeg added, “The areas controlled by ISIS in the northern axis are attacked regularly,” pointing out that, “ISIS members are trying to escape from the confrontation, while their areas are besieged in order to eliminate them in the coming hours.”

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