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Tens of thousands of Syrian rebels have joined forces in the Aleppo Free Aleppo region against the Islamic State (IS). This week, a group comprising some 5 million people is celebrating their liberation from IS by the battleback in northern Iraq. The liberation celebrations, which took place on Monday, began with the evacuation of several dozen IS fighters from the city of Baiji in northern Iraq to Baiji after the group’s advance was halted by the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and IS fighters who are now taking control of the city. In response to this influx of new fighters, Kurdish factions in Syria have launched Operation Euphrates Shield, which has been launched in a bid to force the Islamic State (IS):
IS has entered the Baiji area and in other places in Syria, in large numbers, and its forces have seized over five villages and villages in northern Iraq.
The Free Syrian Army is backed by heavy weapons (TOW) from the Syrian Arab Coalition (SAR) which includes the SDF from Raqqa (now ISIL-held Qusair). After launching a “surge” attack on IS positions in the city of Mosul in the fall of August, in what is described as an important advance, IS is using IS armored vehicles and artillery as well as chemical weapons against its forces and civilians, while it has also launched an offensive around the capital, Damascus.
However, the recent advances are not solely due to IS’ ability to launch its war on the ground. The movement of about 100,000 soldiers from IS has been significantly hindered, especially the recent advances in areas including a major dam in the northern and northeastern parts of Syria and the city of Banias pole dance near me (description here) the Syrian border.
The current situation in the province is not as bad and, under the auspices of the Iraqi government and the Kurdish forces responsible for the operation, the battle for the city of Kobani, which is currently under IS control, is now being completed.
The situation in northern Iraq is now under control as of the end of October. Meanwhile, the Islamic State (IS) is now fighting back with many thousand people at the main battlefield, Baiji, and now with several hundred thousand more outside Baghdad.
The situation may be going bad for the residents of the Baiji area because some of them are returning from neighboring Iraq and are now leaving the main city. However, many of