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Mosul: Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi Visits To Announce ‘Victory’ Over ISIS

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi arrived at Mosul to show the world that now the city has been taken back from the militants, he met with security officers there who were fighting with ISIS and he declared the victory over them.


Iraq is a Asian country which was known as one of the most peaceful countries in the world once few years ago but later militant groups came in the country to spread the threat, for this purpose they targeted the Mosul city and many people have lost their lives.

ISIS is known as one of the most dangerous militant group in the world who want to spread the fear in all over the world, for this purpose they are making the attack in different sectors of different countries.

Few months ago they chosen the Mosul for their target to make it city of fear by killing people and through damaging the economy of country.

Haider Jawad Kadhim Al-Abadi is an Iraqi politician who is now the Prime minister of the country, he got his position as PM on September 2014, he was the Minister of Communication from 2003 to 2004, and he has the great achievement to control the ISIS militant group in his country as they were spreading the fear.

Mosul is thought to be most peaceful city of the Iraq but due to interference of Islamic state militant groups, it had converted into damaged city and now PM is there to declare the victory over them.

According to news; PM Abadi arrived there, he met with the security officers, he walked alongside residents of the city who were in tensions due to fear but now most of city part is now cleared and PM announced the victory that they has got over ISIS.

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