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Anti-Terrorism Bureau announces liberation of 95% of Ramadi

Iraqi Anti-Terrorism Forces. Archival photo.
Iraqi Anti-Terrorism Forces. Archival photo.


(IraqiNews.com) Anbar – On Thursday, Commander of the Anti-Terrorism Bureau Brigadier General Abdul Ghany al-Asadi announced, that 95% of Ramadi city was liberated from ISIS control, while pointed out that six emergency regiments from the police will secure the liberated areas.

Asadi said in a statement obtained by IraqiNews.com, “The Anti-Terrorism forces managed to liberate 95% of Ramadi City,” pointing out that, “The non-liberated areas in Ramadi are only al-Sijariya and Husaibah and they were assigned to another military units.”

“Six emergency regiments from the Province police are now controlling and securing the liberated areas,” Asadi continued.


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