After Ramadi, bigger fights to come in Iraq against ISIS

The worst finally seems over for the civilians of Ramadi, who are beginning to emerge after living for months under Islamic State control. Iraqi forces recaptured the city center on Monday, but are still removing bombs and searching for militants. Chief foreign affairs correspondent Margaret Warner takes stock of what the victory means for the ongoing fight to drive the militants out of Iraq.

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