Families fleeing Ramadi
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On the frontline in Ramadi as families flee fighting

Iraqi government forces say they are gradually overcoming the last resistance by Islamic State militants in Ramadi, a week after the city was said to have been liberated.

The army said about 200 militants were still holding out - but counter-attacks were being repelled with the help of air-strikes by the US-led coalition.

The BBC's Thomas Fessy reports from Ramadi.

  • 03 Jan 2016
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