Army Takes Back Yasreb in Northern Iraq

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Iraq
Saturday, 27 December 2014

The Iraqi army backed by the popular forces regained control of Yasreb region in Salahuddin province in the Northern parts of the country.

The government troops pushed back the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) Takfiri terrorists from Yasreb region in Al-Balad township in Salahuddin province on Saturday.

Al-Balad town with a population of 35,000 is located 85 kilometers to the North of Baghdad.

Yasreb is located between Samarra in the North and Al-Dakhil in the South.

On Friday, a provincial security source said that the army forces, backed by the Shiite and Sunni tribesmen, launched an operation to clean the areas near the towns of Duluiyah, some 90 km North of Baghdad, and the nearby Balad and Mu'tasim from the ISIL militants.

The troops pushed back the ISIL terrorists from the orchards in Albu-Hishma in West of Dhuluiyah, while the Iraqi warplanes and helicopter gunships carried out many airstrikes against the ISIL militants and their vehicles, the source added.

Some parts of Iraq are engaged in a militant war launched by the ISIL terrorists and their western regional supporters.

The country's army and popular forces have, in a series of operations, started massive attacks against terrorists to liberate occupied areas, mainly Tikrit and Mosul.

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