U.S.-backed Iraqis aim to free Ramadi from ISIS

December 23, 2015 2:45 AM

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After being prodded and cajoled by American officials for months, Iraqi government forces on Tuesday finally invaded the city of Ramadi in a bid to wrest control of the provincial capital from the Islamic State group, which is planning a doomsday exit from Anbar province if defeated there.

Instructions from the jihadi terrorist group found in Fallujah tell Islamic State fighters to impersonate members of Iraqi Security Forces and Shiite militias, kill civilians on videos and give the recordings to Al Jazeera, the pro-Sunni Arab-language news network owned by the ruling family of Qatar...

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