16 January 2018

Iraq's fight against terrorism to take ‘long time’: VP

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Iraqi Vice-President Ayad Allawi said Thursday that his country’s ongoing war against terrorism would likely “take a long time”. reports citing AA.

“Iraq’s war on terror will likely take a long time,” he said, speaking from Iraq’s central city of Najaf.

“In upcoming campaigns, we will focus on terrorist sleeper cells,” he added.

The Daesh terrorist group has recently suffered a string of crushing defeats in both Iraq and Syria after overrunning vast territories in both countries in 2014.

2017.12.14 / 21:44
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