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Daash Finds It Difficult To Replace Its Elements That Lost In Battles In Iraq And Syria

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Daash Finds It Difficult To Replace Its Elements That Lost In Battles In Iraq And Syria

Post by Lobo on Mon 24 Aug 2015, 4:06 pm

Daash Finds It Difficult To Replace Its Elements That Lost In Battles In Iraq And Syria
22/08/2015 9:57
BAGHDAD / NINA / Chief of General Staff for Joint Task Operations of the international coalition, Kevin Kili confirmed that the terrorist organization Daash finds increasingly difficult to replace the gunmen who lost them in battles in Iraq and Syria.

Kili said in a press briefing from the Pentagon: The advancing of the Iraqi security forces show diminishing ability for Daash to replace militants who lost them.

He added that the Iraqi security forces control about 80 percent of Baiji, noting that the international coalition aircraft bombed and repel any attempts for Daash to send supplies to the areas of confrontation.

He stressed that "the organization's leaders are losing influence and control in the areas north of Syria, indicating that the terrorist organization has lost many elements in northern Syria and large territory that was controlled by them before. / End

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