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URGENT. The Joint Operations announces the launch of the liberation of the northern Salah Al-Din and MOSUL - 2016/6/18

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[Where - Baghdad] , the command of the Joint Operations, on Saturday, the military operation started on liberalizing areas north of Salah al-Din governorate, and Alqyaara south of Mosul...followed

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Military team's [where]: Qayyarah process depends on a comprehensive approach to Skip edit areas  - 6/18/2016

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[Where - special] 
exposing the military adviser to the Ministry of Defense Lt. Gen. Mohammed al - Askari, Saturday, from following Skip approach to liberalization hand Qayyarah south of Mosul , the military operation spend Nineveh province, pointing out that the process will be a comprehensive range of areas.
Military and told all of Iraq [where] that " the security forces followed a military navigation in Qayyarah process method, through insurmountable to spend Sharqat in northern Salahuddin province , and relying on the cordoned off and attack him , and edit, with the continuation of the security forces of progress the main direction of the process." 
He pointed out that " the forces security will continue after the liberation of Qayyarah of Daash, military operations and head for the Liberation of Hamam al- Alil area down to the storming of Mosul , "pointing out that" the participation of anti - terrorism forces and pieces of the band ninth of the Iraqi army. " 
The defense Minister Khaled al - Obeidi arrived today to lead the Samarra operations for field on the start of liberalization Qayyarah military operations
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