Joint Operations: the return of more than 90 thousand displaced families to Salahuddi
Joint Operations: the return of more than 90 thousand displaced families to Salahuddin and Anbar
It announced the Joint Special Operations Command, the return of more than 90 thousand families displaced to inhabit areas in the provinces of Salahuddin and Anbar.
A statement of the concubine media Harbi received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it, about the daily position of operations to restore stability to the "families returning from deportation to their homes within the Sector Salah al-Din operations after checking the security position by cell intelligence leadership of Salahuddin operations were 35 thousand and 850 families to the city of Tikrit, 2728 to a family compound for a role, and the 5480 family to spend a role, and 4268 to the family of the Albu Ajil, and 4944 to the family of the Albu Tima, 40 thousand and 637 families to the north of Baiji. "
He added, "The displacement of families returning to their homes within the Anbar Operations Command boycotted [boycotted the eighth band] was up to on Sunday, in terms of gravel 405 families, and 520 hand Nasaf family."
The statement continued that "the displacement of families returning to their homes under the leadership of western Baghdad operations boycotted the [eastern Anbar] was up to the day, in the district of karma 562 family, Saqlawiyah 52 family."