April 14, 2015
The Pentagon said that the Organization "daash" lost between 25 and 30 percent of the areas in Northern and central Iraq since coalition forces began airstrikes against him. In Syria, a Pentagon spokesman said that the extremist organization still maintains "his influence," he said.
Lost, regulate "daash" "25 to 30 percent of the land occupied in Iraq since August and the start of air strikes by us-led coalition, the Pentagon said Monday.
Col. Steven Warren, a spokesman for the Pentagon to "organize" daash "is no longer the dominant force on the 25 to 30% of the populated areas in Iraq where he was the sole influence in these areas last August.
Overall, the regions organize daash "lost control of the 13 to 17 square kilometers in Northern and central Iraq, the us spokesman said.
Warren said that the "organization" "slowly rolled back daash" but "will be a long battle."
In Syria, the spokesman said that the organisation "continues to maintain his influence of" lost land around uppalapati but won in the suburbs of Damascus or Homs where security point support in Yarmouk refugee camp, according to us spokesman.
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