Iraqi troops liberate dozens of families in Ramadi
Iraqi forces liberate dozens of families held by Daesh terrorists in Ramadi as they make their way through the city where remnants of the Takfiri group have still a presence.
Army troops regained control over a number of neighborhoods about 110 kilometers (68 miles) west of the capital, Baghdad, on Wednesday.
An army commander said two colleges and the southern al-Sufi outskirts in Ramadi, the capital of the Anbar province, were liberated.
“If Allah helps us, all the tasks scheduled in the coming days will be completed, and we will finish the liberation of al-Anbar,” he said.