The Iraqi Army’s 8th Division – in coordination with Anbari tribesmen and popular committees – liberated the remaining ISIS pockets in the east district of Al-Ramadi on Thursday, freeing over 80 civilians held hostage by the terrorists from the Islamic State of Iraq and Al-Sham (ISIS).

According to the Iraqi Army activist – Haidar Sumeri (Twitter: @IraqiSecurity), 83 civilians were rescued by the Iraqi Security Forces after they liberated Sofiyah in eastern Al-Ramadi.

In addition to the humanitarian relief, the Iraqi Army also liberated the Mukhabarat District, the Great Mosque of Al-Ramadi, and the College of Agriculture from ISIS terrorists hiding inside this provincial capital’s eastern sector.

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