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Iraq launches operation to clear western desert of remaining Daesh terrorists

Iraqi forces have launched a mop-up operation to clear the western desert near Syria of remaining Daesh terrorists, days after they fully liberated all the urban areas from the grip of the Takfiri outfit. Iraqi forces backed by fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units, better known as Hashd al-Sha’abi, launched ...

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Iraqi forces uncover Izadi mass grave in Sinjar

Iraqi security officials say government forces have found a mass grave in the country’s northern province of Nineveh, containing the bodies of dozens of members of Izadi minority, who are believed to have been executed by Takfiri Daesh terrorists when they were in control of a terrain. Local official Chokor ...

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Iraq Voices Reservations on Arab League Statement

The Iraqi foreign ministry on Monday expressed reservations on the final statement issued by the Arab League after the emergency meeting of a number of Arab foreign ministers, rejecting mixing up between the political stances and the bold accusation of supporting terror. In a statement the Iraqi foreign ministry voiced ...

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Iraqi police forces seize major Daesh chemical depot in Anbar

Iraqi security forces have uncovered a major chemical depot belonging to Daesh Takfiri terrorists in the country’s western province of Anbar, as government forces, backed by fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units, are purging the territory of the last remnants of the terror group. The Iraqi Directorate of General Military Intelligence said in ...

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Iraqi Forces Launch Operation to Liberate Last Daesh-Held Town

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Iraqi forces began a large-scale operation to liberate the town of Rawa, one of the Daesh (ISIS or ISIL) terrorists group’s last footholds in the Arab country. “Rawa’s liberation operations began at dawn today,” Iraq’s Joint Operation Command (IJOC) said in a statement on Friday. A spokesman ...

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Se enfrentará EEUU con el Hashid al Shaabi?

Mientras los atroces crímenes del Daesh en sus antiguos bastiones en Iraq emergen día a día, EEUU continúa sus ataques mediáticos contra los Hashid al Shaabi (Fuerzas de Movilización Popular), que siempre han desempeñado el papel principal en la lucha contra el Daesh. En un antiguo bastión del Daesh en ...

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Scores of people killed in earthquake in Iraq-Iran border areas

Over 140 people have been killed in Iran and Iraq and over a thousand injured as a 7.3-earthquake hits border regions. According to Kermanshah’s deputy governor, 129 people were killed in the province alone in the Sunday night quake, adding that the number of the injured people has exceeded 900. ...

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Iraqi forces unearth mass graves of 400 Daesh victims in Hawijah: Official

Iraqi forces have found mass graves containing at least 400 people at a military base near the city of Hawijah in the northern province of Kirkuk. The governor of Kirkuk said Saturday that the string of grisly discoveries was made some three kilometers from the city, a former bastion of Daesh that ...

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Ejército iraquí y el Hashid al Shaabi lanzan ofensiva para tomar Rawa, último bastión del Daesh en Iraq

El Ejército iraquí comenzó ataques aéreos y de artillería contra la ciudad de Rawa -el último bastión del Daesh en Iraq-, en la provincia de Al Anbar, el sábado 11 de noviembre para facilitar las operaciones de las fuerzas terrestres. Según el diario Al Arab al Yaum, con sede en ...

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Abadi: Anti-Daesh campaign has inflicted $100 billion in losses on Iraq

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi says the military campaign against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group has cost the conflict-stricken Arab country $100 billion worth of damage as government forces, backed by fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units, are driving the extremists out of their last redoubt in the country. “Iraq ...

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