duminică, 28 februarie 2016


ISIL launches major offensive on outskirts of Baghdad
Al Jazeera
Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) fighters launched a major offensive against Iraqi forces in a town just 20km west of the capital Baghdad, killing at least 18 soldiers and militiamen backing the army. A separate ISIL suicide attack, meanwhile, near the city of Fallujah on Sunday left 14 Iraqi policemen dead and another 25 wounded.  On the outskirts of Baghdad, ISIL seized the village of Khdim Adhab in Abu Ghraib - as well as a silo and a water plant in the town - after attacking several security posts, military sources told Al Jazeera. A number of policemen and tribal fighters were also abducted by the group to unknown locations, the sources said on condition of anonymity, citing security Read More

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