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Iraqi government to send military troops to Ramadi

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Iraqi government to send military troops to Ramadi
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Anbar governorate Council said, on Saturday, that Iraqi government will send a military force from Baghdad to al-Ramadi city to secure it. The number of soldiers in this military force reach to 15000, who will arrive on Saturday night.

This comes at a time when the joint Iraqi forces continued progress in the right side of the city of Mosul, in spite of the heavy rains, and managed to free two streets and cordoned off the area on the right side of the city.
 
Meanwhile, the Federal Police said forces took over Pasha Mosque, Bab al-Sarai market and al-Adalah street, all inside the Old City and near Grand Nuri Mosque, where IS supreme leader Abu Bakr al-baghdadi declared the establishment of the group’s rule in Iraq in 2014.

The commender of Rapid Response forces, Thamer Ismail, announced the liberalization of two markets and Pasha Mosque in the right side of Mosul, leaving 37 elements of ISIS killed.

The Iraqi Federal Police command said its forces had recaptured a public hospital in western Mosul from Islamic State militants.

On the other hand, Iraqi leaders said that the fight to restore Mousl is close to its end, while they warned of the humanitarian crisis that hit the residents of the besieged areas. They praised the recent victories achieved by the Iraqi army during the recent months, stressing that the extremist group would be eliminated from the country in the near future.
 
 Iraqi government forces besieged Islamic State militants around Mosul’s Old City on Thursday, edging closer to the historic mosque from where the group’s leader declared a caliphate nearly three years ago. The militants, holed up in houses and darting through alleyways, resisted with sniper fire, suicide attacks and car bombs.

Canada announced on Friday the allocation of over $28 million to help IDPs in Iraq and Syria.
 
Canada’s Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said this support will help to address the immediate needs of the population and allow civilians to return to territory liberated from ISIS.
 
"Canada is committed to defeating ISIS and supporting the children, women and men affected by this protracted conflict," Freeland stated. "I am pleased to announce today new initiatives that will enhance security and stability in the region, including additional support to help more Iraqis return safely to their homes in areas liberated from ISIS."
 
"It is by continuing to work together with Coalition partners that we will support the people of the Middle East and accelerate ISIS’s defeat," the minister pointed out.

Canada received in 2016, the same number which plans to receive this year, representing an increase of about 40 thousand refugees, compared to 260 thousand refugees received by Canada on a yearly basis in the period between 2011 and 2015.

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