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Iraq, here are the first details of the maxi anti-ISIS Victory Will operation

Here are the first details of the anti-ISIS Victory Will operation (Irada al-Nasr) in Iraq. There are involved tousands of men, the Global Coalition and the Shiite militias between Anbar, Nineveh and Salahuddin

The first details about the maxi-anti-ISIS operation in Iraq Victory Will (Irada al-Nasr), which began over the weekend, are starting to arrive. Thousands of ISF elements have targeted a “triangle” from the borders with Syria to Bajji. The soldiers, in fact, aim to eliminate all the militiamen of the Islamic State between Anbar, Nineveh and Salahuddin. Also taking part are Shiite paramilitary militias, Hashd al-Shaabi (PMF) and the Global Coalition, which provides close air support and information (intel) on Daesh jihadist hideouts. It is not known how long the troop movements will last, but it is certain that they will not stop until Baghdad has decreed that the desert area of ​​the Middle Eastern country has been “reclaimed”. Moreover, despite having just begun, Victory Will has already claimed several victims in the IS line and none of the soldiers fell.

Syria, International anti-Islamic State Forum concluded. 12 proposals emerge, including an international court on the spot that judges Daesh crimes. Experts say it can be done thanks to UN resolutions 2170, 2178 and 2249

In the north east of Syria, instead, the International Forum on ISIS has just ended, with over 200 experts and from which 12 proposals emerged. These include the birth of an international tribunal, which judges the crimes committed by the Islamic State in the country. According to experts, moreover, UN resolutions 2170, 2178 and 2249 provide the basis for the creation of the Court, which could be displaced in the area with a Kurdish majority. At the same time, however, the Jazeera Storm SDF continue to hunt down Daesh cells, infiltrated in the east via the Euphrates. At the moment blitzes are taking place in different cities along the river against small groups of jihadists. They plan attacks on Arab-Kurdish forces and the population to take revenge, finance themselves and continue to spread terror

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