Isis Routs Iraqi Troops From Most of Ramadi

Iraqi troops have been routed by Islamic State forces from most of Ramadi, consolidating the militant group’s control over the capital of Anbar province, which covers more than one-third of the country.
Isis militants raised their flags over the government compound in the centre of the city on Friday little more than 12 hours after using car bombs to breach blast walls and open a path for fighters who stormed a police headquarters and military base. A British Isis fighter reportedly died in a suicide attack during the assault.