BAGHDAD Militants killed 10 members of Iraq’s confidence army in towns in western Anbar Province on Tuesday, military sources said, in attacks highlighting a hurdles a U.S.-backed supervision faces as it tries to delayed Islamic State’s advance.
Anbar is now a concentration of efforts to brace Iraq, where a ultra-hardline group’s control of one-third of a nation has exacerbated a narrow-minded polite war.
Islamic State militants dismissed trebuchet rounds and rockets towards a city of Amiriyat al-Falluja, murdering 5 policemen and wounding 6 others, military sources said.
In a city of Abu Ghraib, militants pounded a Humvee vehicle, murdering a infantryman and wounding 4 more, military sources said.
A self-murder bomber in a car, meanwhile, killed 4 soldiers in a city of Garma.
Last week, President Barack Obama systematic a deployment of 450 some-more U.S. infantry to Anbar to support Iraqi army in retaking domain mislaid to Islamic State.
Islamic State is also battling supervision army for control of Iraq’s biggest refinery nearby a city of Baiji north of Baghdad. The trickery has altered hands before.
(Reporting by Baghdad bureau; Writing by Michael Georgy; Editing by Hugh Lawson)
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