The Iraqi army asked Ramadi residents to leave the city within 72 hours.
The Iraqi army started an offensive this morning to liberate Albu Diab town in north of Ramadi from Daesh militants.
Iraqi jets dropped leaflets on the residents, asking them to leave and take safe roads on the way out, the military media cell of the joint operations command said in a statement.
Daesh seized Ramadi on May 17 and has controlled most of Anbar, the largest province in Iraq.
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