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Curfew imposed in Ramadi after bombings and clashes

Representational file photo.
Representational file photo.

 

(IraqiNews.com) The security assistant of Anbar governor Aziz Khalaf Tarmoz announced on Tuesday, that a full curfew has been imposed in the city of Ramadi, after a suicide bombing and violent clashes in two areas in the city.

Trmoz said in an interview for IraqiNews.com, “Violent clashes are currently taking place in the regions of Touy and Abu Jalib in the city of Ramadi between the security forces and ISIS elements, as the latter launched an attack on the two regions by an exploding a Hummer vehicle driven by a suicide bombing.”

Trmoz continued, “Other clashes are currently underway on the international highway north of the city of Ramadi,” adding, “A curfew has been imposed in the city.”



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