Iraq: Daesh attacks kill 37 in Ramadi & Fallujah

7th Feb 2016
Iraq: Daesh attacks kill 37 in Ramadi & Fallujah

ANBAR,(AA): Thirty-seven people were killed Saturday in Iraq in a string of terrorist attacks on security forces by Daesh.

Ismail al-Mihlavi, Anbar operations commander of the Iraq, army, told Anadolu Agency that Daesh launched an offensive on three army headquarters in Ramadi city with bomb-laden vehicles.

Al-Mihlavi said the militant group later started gunfire. Twenty-three soldiers were killed during the attacks, while security forces killed 33 Daesh militants with air support by U.S.-led coalition forces.

In a separate attack in Fallujah city of Anbar province, 14 people were killed by a Daesh suicide bomber launching an attack with bomb-laden car on a headquarters of the Iraqi army and al-Hashd al-Shaabi, an umbrella organization of Shia militia.

Author Sibel Uğurlu

 

 

[Photo: Iraqi troops in Ramadi el-Hoz neighbourhood fighting Daesh last year on 26 December 2015. Photographer: Ali Mohammed/AA]

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