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Four villages south of Mosul freed from ISIS control

Anti Terrorism Force personnel raises the victory symbol after liberating a village in Iraq from ISIS control File Photo
Anti Terrorism Force personnel raises the victory symbol after liberating a village from ISIS control. File Photo


(IraqiNews.com) Nineveh – Media officials with the Ministry of Defense announced that the Anti-Terrorism Forces liberated four villages in Qayyarah, situated to the south of Mosul, and raised the Iraqi flag.

The officials, in a statement received by Iraqi News, said, “This morning, Anti-Terrorism Forces liberated al-Hawish, al-Jawa’na, al-Jubla and al-Ghazeya villages in Qayyarah from ISIS control and raised the Iraqi flag over the buildings there.”

“Anti-Terrorism Forces have inflicted heavy losses on ISIS- both in terms of men and material. Security sources have gradually cordoned off the areas in and around al-Jad’a village near Qayyarah center as they prepare to invade further deeper to the city,” the statement added.


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