Two days after the start of operations to regain the disputed areas between the federal government of Iraq and the Kurdistan regional government, the Iraqi forces managed to control over 10,000 square kilometers of disputed areas.
While all eyes are on Kirkuk city and the Iraqi Kurdistan Region, commanders of Iraqi forces deployed in Anbar province have held a meeting with a number of Popular Mobliziation Units (PMU) leaders.
The Al-Abbas Fighting Division of the Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) officially announced that it has finished all tasks within the operation in al-Hawija area.
According to the news and analytics outlet of Islamic World News the operation of Hawijah is approaching its final days, and another victory will be recorded with the unity of Iraqi forces in history.
Following the advances of the Iraqi Joint Forces, from axes of the last day, and approaching the city of Hawija, today on Wednesday the forces announced the start of liberation for the city, and the surrounding villages. The city was surrounded by noon until midday, and the Iraqi forces managed to enter the city from […]
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The Turkish military announced that Turkey and Iraq will start joint military drills in Silopi region, on the border with Iraq ‘s Kurdistan Region on September 26.
Qais Alkhazali, leader of Asa’ib Ahl al-Haq [a part of the Popular Mobilization Units], welcomed the Iraqi Parliament’s decision to oppose an independence referendum promoted by the Kurdistan Region government and and emphasized his support to Iraqi Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi in preserving Iraq’s integrity.
Proposing by 80 parliament representatives, 168 member of parliament refused holding a referendum in Kurdistan.
Kurd members abstracted.
Meanwhile, Massud Barezani is negotiating people of Karkuk about referendum in a trip to this city.
According to the news and analytics outlet of Islamic World News 13 Arab and 7 Turkmen Party of Kirkuk boycotted the referendum in Kirkuk due to the illegality, and they asked the citizens of Kirkuk not to attend the referendum.
The Iraqi Army and the Popular Mobilization Units have continued their efforts in securing the countryside of the northern Iraqi town of Tal Afar.
Following the liberation of the northern Iraqi city of Tal Afar, thousands of lefalets have been dropped in the al-Hawija area calling on civilians to stay away from ISIS bases and gatherings.