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Iraqi PM Tells Mosul Citizens of 'Big Victory' Soon in First Radio Message Into ISIS-Held City

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has made his first broadcast into Mosul, held by the Islamic State militant group (ISIS), as Iraq launched a radio station to help residents of the northern city remain safe as a large-scale offensive looms. Abadi told residents of the city that they will be liberated from ISIS control soon, as the residents of other ISIS-held areas of Iraq have been in the last year, particularly in the western cities of Ramadi and Fallujah.
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