Iraqi forces backed by U.S.-led coalition air strikes have opened supply lines into the town of Baiji and its nearby oil refinery. The Pentagon said on Monday that the group was making progress at last against Islamic State rebels, in a seesaw battle that has gone on for months. Defense Department spokesman Army Colonel Steve Warren said the Pentagon was not ready to declare Baiji refinery or the town "liberated," but progress was being made. The Iraqi force is comprised of a mix of conventional security forces and the so-called Popular Mobilization Forces, which tend to be Shi'ite militias.
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