As men from the Iraqi Special Operations Forces were securing the streets of Gogjali, eastern Mosul, a little girl emerged from her house carrying a white flag, November 2, 2016. (Alvaro Canovas / Paris Match)
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Iraqi security forces and paramilitary units Tuesday seized a village in one of the last pockets of territory controlled by Daesh (ISIS) in the vast western province of Anbar, bordering Syria.The head of Anna's municipal council, Abdel Karim al-Ani, confirmed Iraqi forces had taken control of Al-Rayhanna and raised the Iraqi flag on public buildings.Three years after Daesh took control of large parts of Syria and Iraq, Iraqi forces are pushing to retake all areas seized by the extremists, scoring their biggest victory in July with the recapture of second city Mosul.
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