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Mission Fallujah: Forces liberate 28 villages, kill 924 ISIS

Federal Police Captain Raed Shaker Jawdat. Archival photo.
Federal Police Captain Raed Shaker Jawdat. Archival photo.

(IraqiNews.com) Anbar – On Saturday, Federal Police Command announced that 28 villages were liberated and 924 ISIS members killed during the three phases of operations to liberate Fallujah. Moreover, 174 booby-trapped and 49 armed vehicles of ISIS were destroyed and over 1100 improvised explosive devices were also denoted.

The Federal Police Chief Lieutenant General Raed Shaker Jawdat, in a statement issued to the media, said, “The security operations carried out by the Federal Police during the first and second phases of the liberation operations of Fallujah resulted in the liberation of 28 villages, as well as the death of 432 terrorists and 51 snipers,” adding, “Both the phases witnessed the destruction of 83 booby-trapped vehicles and detonation of 670 IEDs, in addition to demolition of 324 hostile targets and 23 vehicles equipped with heavy weapons.”

“The third phase of the operations resulted in the gunning of of 395 terrorists and 46 snipers, and the destruction of 317 hostile targets and 26 vehicles equipped with heavy weapons, in addition to destruction of 91 booby-trapped vehicles, 516 IEDs, 20 mortar detachments, 17 booby-trapped motorcycles and 16 defense sites,” Jawdat added.



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