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Syria: More Senior Terrorist Commanders Killed in Aleppo Battlefields

DAMASCUS: (Web Desk)- Three more notorious commanders of Jeish al-Islam and Fatah al-Sham Front (the newly formed al-Qaeda-affiliated terrorist group previously known as al-Nusra Front) were killed in clashes with the Syrian army troops in the Southern districts of Aleppo. A commander of Fatah al-Sham, Abdul Qader Na’asani aka Abu …

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Syrian Warplanes Bomb Heavily Terrorists’ Convoys across Aleppo Province

DAMASCUS: (Web Desk)- Syrian fighter jets launched several rounds of attacks on terrorist groups’ military convoys in Northwestern and Southwestern Aleppo, preventing them from supplying arms and fresh forces for Jeish al-Fatah in the Southern districts of Aleppo city. Long columns of terrorists’ vehicles in different roads near Saraqib, al-Zerbeh, …

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Survivor of Dubai airline crash-landing wins $1M in lottery

DUBAI: (Iblagh Desk)- A Dubai-based Indian man got lucky twice in one week. First, he survived the crash-landing or an airliner, and then he won a $1 million lottery prize, CNN reports. Mohammad Basheer Abdul Khadar, 52, was on board Emirates flight EK521 en route from southern India when it …

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Kuwait arrests ‘Filipino Daesh member’

Kuwait City: (Web Desk)- Kuwaiti authorities have arrested a Filipino accused of pledging allegiance to Daesh terrorist group and planning to launch a terrorist attack in Kuwait. Kuwait’s Interior Ministry said in a statement that the Southeast Asian woman, whose name it did not release even as it published her …

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Bahrain arrests, charges 12 over Sheikh Qassim rallies

MANAMA: (Iblagh Desk)-Bahrain has arrested and charged 12 people for taking part in protests held outside the home of top Shia cleric Sheikh Isa Qassim. The Bahrain Institute for Rights and Democracy said on Wednesday that six of the 12 arrested in the village of Diraz were Shia clerics. On …

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14 people killed by militant rocket fire in Syria’s Aleppo

DAMASCUS: (Web Desk)-At least 14 people have been killed and dozens more wounded by militant rocket attacks on government-held areas in the divided Syrian city of Aleppo. According to Syria’s state-run SANA news agency, most of the victims were killed in the city’s Hamdaniyeh district on Wednesday. Clashes are intensifying …

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US needs to make a choice either Turkey or Gulen: Erdogan

ANKARA: (Web Desk)- Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on the United States to extradite US-based opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen blamed by Ankara for the failed military coup in the country last month. Addressing thousands of government supporters outside the presidential palace in the capital Ankara on Wednesday, Erdogan …

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ISIL Training Children in Salahuddin Province for Suicide Attacks

BAGHDAD: (Iblagh Desk)- The ISIL is training children, abducted from their families, near the city of Beiji in Salahuddin province to prepare them for suicide attacks. The terrorist group trains the children under the name of ‘Children of the Caliphate’ program as it has increased its reliance on missions by …

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Hospital blaze leaves 12 premature babies dead in Iraqi capital

A fire has ripped through a hospital in the Iraqi capital city of Baghdad, killing 12 premature babies, local officials say. Health Ministry spokesman, Ahmed al-Rudaini, said the blaze broke out at the maternity ward of Yarmouk hospital in western Baghdad late on Tuesday due to an electrical fault. He …

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