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Anbar police chief says ISIS positions near Ramadi are weakened

Anbar province police chief Maj. Gen. Kazim Fahdawi
Anbar province police chief Maj. Gen. Kazim Fahdawi


(IraqiNews.com) Ramadi – Anbar province police chief Maj. Gen. Kazim Fahdawi announced on Monday the demise of ISIS’ threat against the city of Ramadi, adding that security forces achieved great victories in the city against the “terrorists.”

Fahdawi said in an interview for IraqiNews.com, “The risk of the terrorist organization ISIS is removed from Ramadi significantly through military reinforcements arrived in the city to support the security sectors stationed there.”

Fahdawi added, “The security forces with the support of tribal fighters are making big victories against the terrorist and criminal gangs, especially in the areas of Sufiya and Haouz in Ramadi.”

It is noteworthy that hundreds of families have been displaced from Anbar province over the past few days have been migrating largely to the capital, Baghdad, and other areas after the intensification of military operations and ISIS control on some areas of Ramadi.


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