France decides to resume the fight against ISIS

Paris-ALsharqiya January 20: French President Emmanuel Macron said that his country is continuing its efforts to fight ISIS in Iraq and Syria within the framework of the international coalition led by the United States of America. Macron posted a series of tweets on Twitter in which he confirmed that French soldiers are fighting human trafficking, and in the Indian Ocean and the Gulf they stand on the front line to prevent tensions and contribute to stability, adding that the enemy in Iraq and Syria, referring to ISIS, has an undeniable desire to cause harm, but the French forces Continuing its efforts in fighting it, and he indicated that France stands with Lebanon and helps maintain order and peace through its large participation in the United Nations forces.


The Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Muhammad Al-Halbousi, discussed with the British Ambassador to Iraq Stephen Hickey

Violent clashes erupted between joint Iraqi forces and ISIS elements

A military operation was launched this morning, Wednesday, by joint Iraqi forces between the governorates of Salah al-Din and Kirkuk