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An American-led intervention in Iraq started on 15 June 2014, when President Barack Obama ordered United States forces to be dispatched to the region, in response to offensives in Iraq conducted by the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
At the invitation of the Iraqi government, American troops went to assess Iraqi forces and the threat posed by ISIL.
It was also revealed that the US planned to retake the city of Mosul in January 2015.
In mid-January 2015, Canadian soldiers at the front lines between Iraqi and ISIL troops exchanged fire with ISIL fighters.
Also the Belgian Parliament that day decided to start airstrikes on ISIL (see section 'Airstrikes'). S.-led coalition together with Iraqi Army ground forces clashing with ISIL militants halted an ISIL offensive by Amariya al-Falluja, 40 km (25 miles) west of Baghdad, the Iraqi capital, a BBC reporter on the spot reported. On 11 October, 10,000 ISIL troops headed from Mosul and Syria toward the Iraqi capital city of Baghdad, The provincial council's deputy head, Al-Issawi, said they then asked Iraq's government to ask the U. to bring in ground forces; the Iraqi government however squarely denied to have received such demand from Anbar.
By 21 April, al-Bagdadi reportedly had not yet recovered enough from his injuries to resume daily control of ISIL.
That night, US aircraft carried out 17 airstrikes in the center of Tikrit, which struck an ISIL building, two bridges, three checkpoints, two staging areas, two berms, a roadblock, and a command and control facility.
However, many refugees from Tikrit still feared returning to the city.
On 12 April, Abu Maria, the top ISIL leader in Tikrit, was killed by Iraqi forces at the Ajeel Oil Field near Tikrit, along with his top aide, after they were both caught trying to flee from the city.
And our leadership is necessary to underwrite the global security and prosperity that our children and our grandchildren will depend upon. That's why people all over the world look to the United States of America to lead. and 5.) helping Iraqis combat the threat from ISIL. A combination of US warplanes and drones destroyed four armored personnel carriers. On 24 September, the Dutch government decided to send six Fighter jets to contribute to the "international battle against ISIS (ISIL)" (see section 'Airstrikes').