The Iraqi Prime Minister, Haidar Al-Abadi, visited on Sunday the recently liberated city of Fallujah after the Iraqi Army cleared the entire area of IEDs and mines.

Abadi’s visit to Fallujah comes just 24 hours after the Iraqi Armed Forces declared the entire city under their control.

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how may times has #Fallujah been liberated now & was #IsIs or #USA & #UK occupation more brutal? #depleteduranium #warcrimes

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I don’t think that, when the US soldiers came, iraqi people embrassed and kissed them… It happens every time IS are expelled of towns and not only in Iraq but in Syria too…