clash of clans says update but no update – Spokesman Alistair Baskey told AFP that some of the measures might include accelerating the tr…

clash of clans says update but no update – Spokesman Alistair Baskey told AFP that some of the measures might include accelerating the tr…

It was reported that ISIL forces were retreating from Sijariya.[58] On 9 April, Coalition airstrikes killed 13 ISIL militants in western Ramadi.[59] On 12 April, ISIL executed 35 Al-Bofarj clan members in Ramadi.[17] On 30 April, it was reported that the citizens in Ramadi were suffering a gas and oil shortage, after ISIL had captured the Ramadi Gas Plant to the east of Ramadi.[60]Fall of RamadiEdit On 14 May 2015, ISIL launched an assault on the city named as Battle of Abu Muhannad As-Sweidāwi using armored bulldozers and the use of 10 suicide bombers (driving captured Humvees packed with explosives) to burst through the main gate, resulting in the capture of the police headquarters, government buildings and the Ramadi Great Mosque.[61] On 15 May, an RAF Reaper among other coalition aircraft that came to the assistance of the Iraqi security forces and it was able to destroy a terrorist position with a Hellfire missile.[62] On 16 May, Iraqi officials claimed that ISIS militants withdrew from the main government building in the Iraqi city of Ramadi after air strikes by the US-led coalition.[63] Despite official claims, ISIS still appeared to be advancing, unhindered by US-led Coalition airstrikes, and ultimately consolidated full control over the last government-controlled neighborhood of “Mal’ab”, south of Ramadi on 17 May.[64][65] On 17 May, Ramadi fell completely to the ISIL insurgents, with the Iraqi Army, Iraqi special forces and Iraqi Government officials fleeing the city escorted by tanks, with a total of 500 civilians and security personnel reported dead.[18][66] According to a report by current and former American officials, ISIL fighters used a sandstorm to help seize a critical military advantage during the early hours of the terrorist group’s attack on Ramadi.It was reported that ISIL forces were retreating from Sijariya.[58] On 9 April, Coalition airstrikes killed 13 ISIL militants in western Ramadi.[59] On 12 April, ISIL executed 35 Al-Bofarj clan members in Ramadi.[17] On 30 April, it was reported that the citizens in Ramadi were suffering a gas and oil shortage, after ISIL had captured the Ramadi Gas Plant to the east of Ramadi.[60]Fall of RamadiEdit On 14 May 2015, ISIL launched an assault on the city named as Battle of Abu Muhannad As-Sweidāwi using armored bulldozers and the use of 10 suicide bombers (driving captured Humvees packed with explosives) to burst through the main gate, resulting in the capture of the police headquarters, government buildings and the Ramadi Great Mosque.[61] On 15 May, an RAF Reaper among other coalition aircraft that came to the assistance of the Iraqi security forces and it was able to destroy a terrorist position with a Hellfire missile.[62] On 16 May, Iraqi officials claimed that ISIS militants withdrew from the main government building in the Iraqi city of Ramadi after air strikes by the US-led coalition.[63] Despite official claims, ISIS still appeared to be advancing, unhindered by US-led Coalition airstrikes, and ultimately consolidated full control over the last government-controlled neighborhood of “Mal’ab”, south of Ramadi on 17 May.[64][65] On 17 May, Ramadi fell completely to the ISIL insurgents, with the Iraqi Army, Iraqi special forces and Iraqi Government officials fleeing the city escorted by tanks, with a total of 500 civilians and security personnel reported dead.[18][66] According to a report by current and former American officials, ISIL fighters used a sandstorm to help seize a critical military advantage during the early hours of the terrorist group’s attack on Ramadi.Spokesman Alistair Baskey told AFP that some of the measures might include accelerating the training and equipping of local tribes and supporting an Iraqi-led operation to retake Ramadi.[69] On 20 May 2015, the US government announced that it would provide the Iraqi forces with 1,000 AT-4 systems especially in order to be able to combat against massive suicide car bombings by ISIL like the ones in Ramadi.[91] The following day, it was announced that the United States would deliver 2,000 AT-4 anti-tank rockets to Iraq as early as the following week, 1,000 more than announced earlier, to help Iraqi forces combat suicide car bombings by ISIL.[92] .

According to Supercell’s Frank Keienburg, “Our focus was on retaining a lot of depth while stripping away all the fluff.”[22] Although the game contains some elements of the battle royale genre, these were implemented before the genre as a whole took off and the team did not set out to make a game with those elements.[23] The game is notable for its long soft launch period during which virtually every aspect of the game changed.[24] Supercell officially announced the game via a livestream video on June 14, 2017.[25] It received an iOS soft launch in Canada the following day.[26] The soft launch would last a total of 522 days, during which internally it was doubted whether or not the game would ever actually see a general release.[23][22] Initially the game was played in portrait mode and had players tapping on the screen, this was changed eventually to players using analog controls and playing in landscape mode.[23][22] Other changes include changing the UI, changing the metagame and transitioning the game from 2D to 3D.[22] Frank Keienburg attributes the difficult beta period to the developers working in a new genre where they “weren’t sure how to interpret its success”.[23] The game soft-launched in Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Ireland, Singapore, Hong Kong, Macao and Malaysia for iOS on January 19, 2018, and on June 26, 2018, Android received early access to the game as a continuation of the soft launch.[27] Brawl Stars was made globally and officially available on December 12, 2018.[4][1] It made more than US$63 million in its first month.[28] On June 9, 2020, Brawl Stars was released in Mainland China.[29]Partnerships The game has a partnership with Line Friends to create official merchandise, new skins for Brawlers that are based on Line Friends characters, sticker packs on Line messenger, and new content.

At least 35 militants were killed and large amounts of weaponry were seized in the clashes in the militant-held neighborhoods of Malaab, Dhubat, and Street 60 in Ramadi.[citation needed] On 3 February, the Ministry of Defence reported that the Iraqi army and its allied tribesmen killed 57 ISIL militants in advance of a possible assault on Fallujah, which was held by the rebels.[55] On 8 February, Anbar Governor Ahmed Khalaf Dheyabi sent an ultimatum to ISIL calling on them to surrender within a week.[56] On 9 February, 13 ISIL members were killed in Ramadi’s Malab area.[57] On 12 February, a senior ISIL leader, Abo Majid al-Saudi, was killed alongside seven other members of the group in eastern Ramadi.[58] On 15 February, the Iraqi Joint Command announced that during a raid in the al-Milahma, Albu Shihab and Khalidiya areas several ISIL members were killed.[59] On 18 February, 45 ISIL gunmen were killed, including Syrian and Afghan fighters.[60] On 19 February, an ISIL leader, Abd Khaliq Mahedi, turned himself to the Chairman of Sons of Iraq Council, Mohamed al-Hayis, and declared his support to the security forces in combating ISIL.[61] On 28 February, a bomb attack in Haditha killed the pro-government Sunni tribal Sheikh and councilman Fleih al-Osman and six of his fighters, while five civilians were wounded, according to police chief Colonel Farouq al-Jughaifi.[citation needed]March–May – Government counter-attackEdit On 16 March, Iraqi Security Forces recaptured Ramadi and parts of Fallujah.[62][63] On 13 April, pro-government tribal fighters took control of the Fallujah Dam.[64] On 7 May, reports emerged that Iraqi Security forces were planning a major strike to reclaim territories in Fallujah, Garma, Duwylieba and Jurf al-Sakhar.[65] At this time, it was confirmed that ISIL took full control of Fallujah.[66] On 9 May, the military launched its offensive[67] and by 18 May, security forces regained control of the international expressway east of Fallujah and captured 16 villages and towns around the city.[68]June – ISIL offensiveEdit See also: Northern Iraq offensive (June 2014) On 3 June, at least 18 people were killed and 43 wounded in shelling of Fallujah.[69] On 7 June, gunmen linked to ISIL took students at the University of Anbar hostage after killing a number of guards and destroying “a bridge leading to the main gate.”[70] The crisis was resolved when students were permitted to leave several hours later, departing the campus in buses provided by the local government.

It was reported that ISIL forces were retreating from Sijariya.[58] On 9 April, Coalition airstrikes killed 13 ISIL militants in western Ramadi.[59] On 12 April, ISIL executed 35 Al-Bofarj clan members in Ramadi.[17] On 30 April, it was reported that the citizens in Ramadi were suffering a gas and oil shortage, after ISIL had captured the Ramadi Gas Plant to the east of Ramadi.[60]Fall of RamadiEdit On 14 May 2015, ISIL launched an assault on the city named as Battle of Abu Muhannad As-Sweidāwi using armored bulldozers and the use of 10 suicide bombers (driving captured Humvees packed with explosives) to burst through the main gate, resulting in the capture of the police headquarters, government buildings and the Ramadi Great Mosque.[61] On 15 May, an RAF Reaper among other coalition aircraft that came to the assistance of the Iraqi security forces and it was able to destroy a terrorist position with a Hellfire missile.[62] On 16 May, Iraqi officials claimed that ISIS militants withdrew from the main government building in the Iraqi city of Ramadi after air strikes by the US-led coalition.[63] Despite official claims, ISIS still appeared to be advancing, unhindered by US-led Coalition airstrikes, and ultimately consolidated full control over the last government-controlled neighborhood of “Mal’ab”, south of Ramadi on 17 May.[64][65] On 17 May, Ramadi fell completely to the ISIL insurgents, with the Iraqi Army, Iraqi special forces and Iraqi Government officials fleeing the city escorted by tanks, with a total of 500 civilians and security personnel reported dead.[18][66] According to a report by current and former American officials, ISIL fighters used a sandstorm to help seize a critical military advantage during the early hours of the terrorist group’s attack on Ramadi.

Three other border crossings with Iraq and Turkey were, however, in rebel hands.[42] On 21 July, the rebels controlled only the Abu Kamal border crossing with Iraq, adjacent to the city of Abu Kamal, after the arrival of Syrian Army reinforcements to the other two border crossings with the country.[43] The Guardian covered the fighting in Deir ez-Zor, reporting on twenty rebels groups confronting the Syrian Army in a deadly and prolonged stalemate, with rebels claiming to control 90% of the Deir ez-Zor Governorate.[44] The al-Nusra Front, the Syrian branch of Al-Qaida, was also increasingly conspicuous in fighting the Syrian government in the Deir ez-Zor governorate, at times working directly with the Free Syrian Army, although relations between the groups may have been contentious.[45] On 1 August, the FSA released a video which suggested they had captured the military headquarters in the town of Mayadin.[46] On 3 August, Reuters reported that the FSA had seized a complex for political security and other buildings near Mayadin[47] and also killed thirteen security personnel and captured three intelligence officers during the battle.[47] A rebel commander in the area also told Reuters that only one army outpost and an artillery position still remained under the control of the Syrian government near Mayadin.[47] On 7 August, rebels attacked an oil field in the area which resulted in fierce clashes that left four rebels and six to nine soldiers dead.

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