Iraqi army forces have been in charge of overseeing the return of more than 113 displaced families to their homes in Qaim City, according to a statement of Ministry of Defense on Monday.
The statement, of which The Baghdad Post received a copy, stated that the Operations Command of al-Jazeera and al-Badiya said the Iraqi forces supervised the return of the 113 displaced families and provided them with buses for them to return to their homes in Qaim City along with their belongings.
As a result of the war against ISIS terrorists
in Iraq, the number of displaced people risen dramatically. This increases the
burden on the central government trying to handle the problem of displaced
Iraqis who escaped the atrocities of ISIS since the launch of recapture