Iraqi forces liberate two extra villages close to Fallujah

Iraqi security forces
The Iraqi military, backed by volunteer fighters, has liberated two extra villages from Daesh terrorists within the western province of Anbar, closing in on the militant-held metropolis of Fallujah.

Iraqi media stated forces wrested management over the villages of Bakareh and Mukhtar.

Tens of 1000’s of Iraqi forces launched an enormous operation on Might 22 to recapture Fallujah, the primary Iraqi metropolis to fall to Daesh. They’ve already recaptured a number of cities and villages on the town’s outskirts.

Abdelwahab al-Saadi, the highest commander in command of the Fallujah operation, stated “CTS (counter-terrorism service) forces, Anbar emergency police and tribal fighters… reached Tareq and Mazraa camps” south and east of Fallujah.

“These forces will break into Fallujah within the subsequent few hours to liberate it from Daesh,” he added.

In the meantime, the Iraqi forces have managed to assist over two thousand folks, together with kids, escape Fallujah, in accordance with the Iraqi broadcaster Alsumaria.

Fallujah lies simply 50 kilometers (30 miles) west of the Iraqi capital of Baghdad. Daesh overran Fallujah in January 2014, some six months earlier than the terrorist group launched a serious offensive in Iraq and took over another areas.

The Iraqi navy recaptured the central metropolis of Ramadi, Anbar’s provincial capital, final December.

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