Moments ago in the Al-‘Anbar Governorate’s western countryside, the Iraqi Army – in coordination with their popular committees and Al-Anbari tribesmen – imposed full control over the Al-Tash that is situated to the east of Al-‘Anbar University, marking another major advance for the pro-government forces inside Al-Ramadi in the last 48 hours.

In addition to the capture of the Al-Tash area, the Iraqi Army and their allies have begun their assault on the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham’s (ISIS) frontline defenses at the strategic Al-Ramadi National Hospital that is situated near the city’s downtown.

 

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Just Jide
Just Jide
2015-12-27 10:07

Good one

James Padgett
James Padgett
2015-12-27 20:29

Congrats to Iraqi soldiers for great persevering fighting – Thanks be to GOD for His asisting and enabling them to do this! Viva Iraq!