US newspaper: Daash allowed the civilians to leave Fallujah after the government complex loss
Where government forces have regained the support of the air strikes , the international coalition government complex which houses the municipal building , despite the street is full and houses IED and explosives planted by the group.
according to a military statement raised the police and the Iraqi flag on the government building as it continues to hunt down extremists. The Prime Minister said Haider al - Abadi on Twitter that he will soon announce victory in Fallujah. Iraqi forces have come under fire from snipers as it enters a large mosque near the municipal building, as clashes involving gunfire and artillery and aerial bombardment.
The police units from the Interior Ministry advancing on Baghdad Street toward Fallujah , while the anti -terrorism units besieging Fallujah Hospital, where he was snipers group holed up inside.
for his part , called on the supreme authority Ali al - Sistani, during the Friday sermon, the government forces not to seek revenge against the people, where some consider Fallujah the source of the recent bombings in Baghdad , what makes the attack no matter what the government 's campaign to improve the security situation in the capital part.
the number of displaced from the city 68 thousand people , according to the United Nations. Witnesses said Daash announced through loudspeakers that residents could leave the city if they like it , was not clear why change the group to its position after it was closing in on the movement of civilians a few days ago.
He said the Norwegian Refugee Council - which provides assistance to displaced people - that the fugitives have talked about fell unexpectedly to Daash fighters in the main checkpoints inside the city allowed them toleave, after the group was using civilians as human shields to slow the progress of the Iraqi army and to avoid air strikes. Nasser said Mvlahi local director of the "aid fatigue suffer from services that we have come to themaximum of our borders." About: Christian Science Monitor