Iraqi army giving civilians 72 hours to leave the gray



Iraqi army gave civilians in Ramadi, under the control of the organization of the Islamic state Daash, 72 hours out of them, in preparation for a military operation to restore the city.

According to semi-official Iraqi television that an army aircraft dropped leaflets over the city Sunday calling for civilians to leave.

Defense Minister Khaled al-Obeidi had predicted Saturday that Iraqi forces can support the international coalition fighter jets from the restoration of Ramadi, Anbar province, by the end of this year.

Obeidi said Daash now controls 17 percent of the territory of Anbar after that was in control of 40 percent.

The Iraqi minister pointed out that the death toll Daash reached more than 13 thousand element, including more than 100 leading, explained that the blows of the Iraqi air force destroyed 573 oil tankers and 234 houses and a workshop for the manufacture of improvised explosive devices and car bombs.