El ejército iraquí, respaldado por las fuerzas populares y tribus locales, se ha hecho con el control total del puente al-Hamidiyah en la periferia este de Ramadi, después de lanzar una ofensiva contra el Estado Islámico de Irak y el Levante (ISIS) a través de la antigua carretera que une Bagdad con Amán.

De acuerdo a fuentes locales, las Fuerzas Armadas Iraquíes asediaron el puente después de librar una batalla contra militantes del Estado Islámico durante más de 12 horas.

La captura del puente de al-Hamidiyah se da una semana después de que el ejército iraquí tomase la importante localidad de al-Sijariyah, también al este de Ramadi. Las dos últimas semanas han estado marcadas por el éxito militar en todas las batallas para las fuerzas gubernamentales.

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Mario Fernando Yela Burgos
Mario Fernando Yela Burgos
2016-02-17 02:04

Muy bien ejercito de Irak

Romero D. Edinson
Romero D. Edinson
2016-02-17 04:25

(Y)