Iraqi Army Recaptures Area in Anbar’s Provincial Capital

Soldiers of the Iraqi army and volunteer troops recaptured the Joba area in the Central city of Ramadi from ISIL Takfiri militants.

Backed by local police and tribesmen, the Iraqi forces continued their operations in Anbar Province on Wednesday and managed to liberate the area in the provincial capital.

The achievement followed fierce clashes with the Takfiris, which left at least 42 militants dead, according to the provincial council.

On Tuesday, Anbar’s Police Chief Major General Mohammed Kazem Fahdawi said the forces had repelled an ISIL attack on the al-Boricha area North of Ramadi.

Abadi Calls For “Tribal Revolution” Against ISIL

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi called for a "tribal revolution" against the Takfiri terrorist group operating in the country, ISIL.

In a meeting with Suhaib al-Rawi, the newly elected governor of embattled Anbar province, Abadi "stressed the need for a tribal revolution to rid the body of Iraqi society of this foreign enemy", the premier's office said.

He emphasized "the importance of the tribes and the sons of the province taking part in liberating their areas from the terrorist organizations".

Zarif Briefs Parliament On Nuclear Talks Achievements

Tehran – Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Tuesday briefed the parliament on the achievements of his nuclear negotiations.

He told the formal session of the parliament that as a tangible outcome of the interim nuclear agreement signed in Geneva on November 24, 2013, the enrichment right was recognized.

He said the Geneva Agreement endorses Iran's right for nuclear enrichment and only debates the percentage by which it is to be carried out.

By today, everybody considers enrichment for industrial use as an inalienable right for Iran and no one doubts it, Zarif said.

He said all the achievements were due to resistance of the nation, efforts of nuclear scientists and the blessings of the sacred blood of nuclear martyrs.

Iran Has Marked A 40-Km Red Zone Inside Iraqi Border

The commander of the Iranian Army’s Ground Forces says Iran has marked a 40-km red zone into the Iraqi border to warn terrorists of any infiltration attempt into Iranian territories.

Brigadier General Ahmad-Reza Pourdastan said Tuesday that the Iranian army warned the ISIL about any potential movement toward the Iranian border since the very beginning of the terrorist group’s incursion into Iraq.

 “When ISIL Takfiri terrorists penetrated western Iraq and were close to the Iranian borders, the Ground Forces were fully ready to annihilate them,” the commander said.

Terrorists, Arrested in Libya, Admit Qatar and Turkey Supported Terrorists in Syria, Iraq

TRIPOLI- Libyan security sources have revealed that investigations with multi-national terrorists arrested in several Libyan areas uncovered that Turkey and Qatar are involved in supporting Daesh and al-Qaeda terrorist organizations in Syria and Iraq as well as other extremist groups like Ansar al-Sharia, and al-Qaeda-linked Libyan Combat Group operating in Libya.

Talking to the Libyan media, the security sources said that most of the arrested terrorists were from Tunisia, Algeria, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen and Palestine besides others from Libya. They came to Libya across Turkey and were trained in some Libyan areas with Qatari funding as to be sent later to Syria and Iraq to fight along with the terrorist groups there.