Baghdad Is Pushing IS Back

Investor's Business Daily
May 2015
Investors Business Daily;5/27/2015, pA01
7 A Shiite militia leader claimed to have already arrested "hundreds" of Islamic State terrorists in Anbar province shortly after Iraqi gov't TV announced that an offensive had begun to take back Ramadi, overrun by Islamic State terrorists about 10 days earlier. Some 4,000 fighters, including gov't troops, Shiite and Sunni warriors and police, are said to be coordinating. "The liberation of Anbar is so close," said PM Haider al-Abadi.


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