Iraq's Abadi visits Ramadi after ISIS defeat

December 29, 2015 13:48

BAGHDAD - Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi visited Ramadi on Tuesday, security sources said, a day after declaring the recapture of the western city from Islamic State following a months-long siege.

The sources said Abadi, who arrived by helicopter with the province's top military commander at the Anbar University complex in the city's southern outskirts, would meet with army and counter-terrorism commanders.

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