Iraqi security forces repel ISIS attack west of Ramadi, kill 9 suicide bombers

Iraqi security forces fire an artillery during clashes with the ISIS militants in Jurf al-Nasr (Jurf al-Sakhr), 60 km from the capital Baghdad. Archival photo.
Iraqi security forces. Archival photo.

( Anbar-  The commander of Anbar tribal fighters announced on Saturday, that the security forces were able to repel ISIS attack using six booby-trapped cars on the security headquarters west of Ramadi (110 km west of Baghdad), while indicated to the death of nine members belonging to ISIS.

Falah Qaraghuli said in a press statement followed by, “The security forces were able to foil ISIS attack on the security headquarters in the areas of Kilo 18 and Hamdaniya west of Ramadi, using six booby-trapped cars,” pointing out that, “The security forces managed to detonate the car bombs, killing the suicide bombers on the spot.”

Qaraghuli added, “The security forces also managed to kill nine ISIS elements who tried to sneak to target the military troops in those areas,” indicating that, “ISIS is trying to carry out attacks in open areas in the axes of Ramadi.”

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