(Reuters) – Iraqi army on Sunday took control of a supervision formidable in executive Ramadi, a final Islamic State building in a western city, a troops orator said.
“By determining a formidable this means that they have been degraded in Ramadi,” pronounced Sabah al-Numani, a orator for a force heading a quarrel on a supervision side. “The subsequent step is to transparent pockets that could exist here or there in a city.”
“The formidable is underneath a finish control, there is no participation whatsoever of Daesh fighters in a complex,” he told Reuters, regulating a derogative Arabic acronym of Islamic State.
Recapturing Ramadi, that fell to a militants in May, would be one of a many poignant victories for Iraq’s armed army given Islamic State swept opposite a third of a nation in 2014.
See photos as Iraqi army pierce to retake Ramadi