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So far, the offensives managed to retake Mosul, the group's former capital, the town of Tal Afar, west of Nineveh, Kirkuk's town of Hawija and Anbar's Annah.
have they have study for the especially as expected with current " The university has decided that students must now retake these nine questions next week, on October 2.
Tennessee is once again a national leader in education as the first state to offer an ACT retake opportunity to all public school seniors," McQueen said.
Carter told reporters that Turkey should have a role in the campaign and cooperate with the United States to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul and fight Daesh in the Syrian city of Raqqa.
Iraqi forces have retaken a cluster of northern villages from ISIS militants, the government said on July 5, pushing closer to an air base that could serve as a springboard for an offensive to retake Mosul, the biggest city held by ISIS.
Iraqi forces have retaken a cluster of northern villages from Islamic State militants, the government said on Tuesday, pushing closer to an air base that could serve as a springboard for an offensive to retake Mosul, the biggest city held by ISIS.
At least 1,800 militants were killed in the operation to retake Falluja, he said.
Assad's June 7 speech, in which he promised to retake "every inch" of Syria, also points to this increased shift toward engaging Daesh.
Yemen's President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi returned to the city of Aden Tuesday to rally troops attempting to retake Taiz from Houthi militants, according to AFP.
led airstrikes, Kurdish Iraqi troops on Thursday seized part of a highway that is used as a vital supply line by the Islamic State group, a key initial step in a major offensive to retake the strategic town of Sinjar from the militants.
Summary: Washington is providing reconnaissance support for Iraqi forces fighting to retake Tikrit from Islamic State group.
In May, they will have one last chance to retake them.