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Iraqi forces launch offensive to retake Hawija from IS

iraqi forces launch offensive to retake hawija from is
The area, west of Kirkuk, is one of so-called Islamic State's last two strongholds in Iraq.
BBC News Also reported by •FOXNews.comSeattle Times

Iraqi prime minister says Iraqi forces have begun operation to retake town of Hawija from Islamic State group

IRBIL, Iraq (AP) — Iraqi prime minister says Iraqi forces have begun operation to retake town of Hawija from Islamic State group.
Seattle Times

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News video: Iraq moves to attack last IS group bastion on Syrian border

Iraq moves to attack last IS group bastion on Syrian border 00:57

Iraqi forces backed by paramilitary units are preparing to attack the last stronghold of the Islamic State group in the western desert bordering Syria, an AFP correspondent said.
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News video: Iraq readies to retake IS bastion near Syria border

Iraq readies to retake IS bastion near Syria border 00:51

Iraqi forces backed by tribal fighters are manoeuvring into position in the western desert bordering Syria to launch an offensive against one of the last bastions of the Islamic State group.
Source: Agence France-Presse (AFP) -

News video: Iraqi forces prepare for final phase of ISIL battle

Iraqi forces prepare for final phase of ISIL battle 02:42

Iraqi government forces are preparing for what they hope is the final phase of their war against ISIL.
Source: Al Jazeera STUDIO -

News video: Hundreds of ISIL families detained in Iraq

Hundreds of ISIL families detained in Iraq 01:02

Authorities in Iraq are said to be holding some 1,400 foreign wives and children of suspected ISIL fighters. That’s according to security and aid officials who say that they were held after Iraqi..
Source: Euronews English -

News video: Iraq Holding 1,400 Foreign Wives, Children of Suspected ISIS Fighters

Iraq Holding 1,400 Foreign Wives, Children of Suspected ISIS Fighters 00:41

On Sunday, security and aid officials have said that Iraqi authorities are holding 1,400 foreign wives and children of suspected Islamic State fighters. The officials said that many of them are from..
Source: Wochit Headline News -

 

IS hold on Tal Afar almost completely gone

SBS World News Radio: Iraqi forces say they are on the brink of victory in Tal Afar following a week-long campaign to retake the city from IS.
SBS

Iraqi forces take back IS stronghold

The northern Iraq city of Tel Afar has been reclaimed from Islamic State by Iraqi forces, the Joint Operations Command says.
SBS

Iraqi forces capture Tal Afar area from IS

Iraqi forces have broken through IS lines in the strategic town of Tal Afar and entered the old city centre.
SBS

US-backed Iraqi forces keep up grinding battle against Islamic State

A fresh offensive in Tall Afar offensive follows a successful but gruelling nine-month campaign to retake Mosul.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

'Leave or be killed': Iraqi PM's message to IS in battle to retake Tal Afar

A month after Iraqi forces captured the second city of Mosul, PM Haider al-Abadi announces the start of an offensive targeting Tal Afar.
SBS

In Mosul, Iraq 'collectively punishing' IS families, 'beating, killing' fighters

A number of Iraqi military personnel have been suspended and an investigation launched after videos surfaced purportedly showing Iraqi forces killing and beating suspected IS fighters in Mosul.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Videos appear to show killing, beatings by Iraqi forces in Mosul

Videos allegedly shot in the Mosul area appear to show Iraqi security personnel executing a detainee and brutally beating others, Human Rights Watch said on Thursday.
SBS

Retreating Islamic State fighters flee across the Tigris from Mosul

Erbil: Cornered Islamic State militants in Mosul set off suicide bombs and threw themselves into the Tigris river to escape advancing Iraqi forces  on Saturday, as the fight for the city entered..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The Age

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