Anbar Operations sources are reporting that coalition warplanes carried out attacks that have killed at least 45 gunmen along the town's southern perimeter and in the areas between Baghdadi and Haditha.
Meanwhile, 3 children have died after drinking sulfur-tainted water drawn from wells in the residential complex in Baghdadi. 4 residents have also died because of the medicinal shortages in the complex. 30 tons of food supplies are reported to have reached Baghdadi via the Ayn al-Asad military base, dispatched by the central government. A major evacuation is reported underway from Baghdadi, either aboard Iraqi aircraft or on foot, to Hit and
Townships., and also by air to Baghdad. Yesterday and
today about 1,000 families have been involved in this migration.
al-Shandoog, a local Anbar police officer, reported that ISIL has launched a
broad operation against the government complex in central Ramadi, advancing
from the city's southern sector. The attack was thwarted by the combined
efforts of the security forces, Iraqi air support, and coalition airstrikes. 19
gunmen have been killed at the scene. In Shjariya in northeastern Ramadi, security operations are
continuing amid fierce clashes erupted today when ISIL gunmen attempted to move
back into the area but were met with fierce resistance by security forces
deployed there. Ramadi,
In Fallujah, the general hospital has announced today that 2 residents have been killed and 3 wounded by the random exchanges of mortar fire.
In Garma, clashes are again underway in the township's industrial zone, with coalition warplanes carrying out a number of raids on ISIL positions and facilities, and at least 33 of the gunmen were killed.