Iraq’s army has launched a major offensive to capture an Isis stronghold north west of the capital Baghdad. It is attempting to clear Islamist fighters from Salahuddin province and the city of Tikrit, hometown of the former dictator Saddam Hussein. Fiona Symon talks to Borzou Daragahi about the risks and rewards of the operation.

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