Nour Malas

Wall Street Journal

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Middle East correspondent for the Wall Street Bureau

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The government of Iraq has deployed two powerful Shiite militias to help retake the city of Ramadi from ISIS, the so-called Islamic state, which captured it Sunday.

Shiite Forces Mobilize to Retake Ramadi

The government of Iraq has deployed two powerful Shiite militias to help retake the city of Ramadi from ISIS, the so-called Islamic state, which captured it Sunday.

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