The Iraqi army said Friday it has taken control of the emergency directorate headquarters in Ramadi, the capital city of Anbar, while Iraqi military jets bombed and killed several ISIL (also known as Daesh) militants.
Iraqi army forces have reached the emergency directorate headquarters of Anbar and hoisted the flag over the building, the Joint Operations Command said in a statement.
Iraqi warplanes carried out airstrikes that killed 12 ISIL militants including a leader identified as Abu Ayoub Al-Tunisi, it said.
The airstrikes also destroyed weapons and ammunition, as well as ISIL locations in the area.
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