Dec 01, 2015

Iraqi forces surround Ramadi, but it could be a long siege

BAGHDAD (AP) — After months of sluggish progress, stalled advances and outright failures, Iraqi troops and militias backed by U.S.-led airstrikes have surrounded the key city of Ramadi and appear poised to launch a new attempt to wrest it from the Islamic State group. The battle that is shaping up threatens to turn into a drawn-out siege, with thousands of residents caught in the middle as the...

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