Iraqi army liberates key village from ISIL in Anbar
The Iraqi army, backed by volunteer forces, has managed to liberate the village of Jarah from the ISIL in the western province of Anbar, as it continues its battle against the Takfiri terrorists.
Following an intense battle with the militants, Iraqi forces recaptured the Jarah village northeast of Fallujah in Anbar Province on Thursday.
Iraqi military sources said on Friday that government troops also managed to kill more than two dozen ISIL terrorists and destroy six of their vehicles east of the city of Ramadi.
The government forces recently launched a massive operation to recapture the strategic city of Ramadi, the capital of Anbar, from the terrorist group.
Iraqi forces have made significant gains against ISIL, which controls Ramadi and other areas in western and northern Iraq. Ramadi fell into the hands of the militants in May when Iraqi forces were concentrating on recapturing cities and districts north of the country.