A major success for Iraqi forces taking on ISIS.

FOX's Jared Halpern explains from Washington:

An Iraqi military spokesman is calling the city of Ramadi fully liberated after government forces won control of a strategic government complex occupied by ISIS fighters since May.

A handful of extremists do remain, the Iraqi official concedes parts of the capital of Anbar province are still not cleared, as the military avoids snipers and booby traps left behind by ISIS fighters.

Still, it's a sign of significant progress for Iraqi forces, who long promised to retake the city less than 100 miles from Baghdad, an operation months in the making and aided by U.S. airstrikes and training.

In Washington, Jared Halpern, FOX News.