Security forces kill 40 ISIS members in northern Ramadi

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

( Anbar – On Thursday, Anbar Police Command announced, that 40 ISIS members were killed in northern Ramadi (110 km west of Baghdad), while pointed out to the destruction of three vehicles belonging to the ISIS.

Anbar Police Chief, Major General Hadi Kassar Zerig, said in a press statement, a copy of which was received by Iraqi News, “This morning, security forces managed to repel an attack launched by ISIS on the areas of Zankora and al-Jazeera in the northern axis of Ramadi,” pointing out that, “The battles resulted in the killing of 40 ISIS members, as well as destructing three vehicles equipped with medium and heavy weapons.”

Zerig added, “The security situation in Ramadi is under control of the security forces.”

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