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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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Putin and Erdogan move toward repairing ties amid tension with West

Russia and Turkey took a big step toward normalizing relations on Tuesday, with their leaders announcing an acceleration in trade and energy ties at a time when both countries have troubled economies and strains with the West. President Vladimir Putin received his Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan in a Tsarist-era palace …

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Vietnam moves new rocket launchers into disputed South China Sea – sources

Vietnam has discreetly fortified several of its islands in the disputed South China Sea with new mobile rocket launchers capable of striking China’s runways and military installations across the vital trade route, according to Western officials. Diplomats and military officers told Reuters that intelligence shows Hanoi has shipped the launchers …

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Iraqi DM Survives Mortar Attack

BAGHDAD:  (Web Desk)- Iraqi Defense Minister Khalid al-Obeidi survived an assassination attempt during a trip to Northern regions of the Arab country. Obeidi’s motorcade was targeted by mortar fire on Monday during a visit to a military operations center in Nineveh, a statement released on the Iraqi Defense Ministry’s website …

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Syria: Senior Saudi Royal Guard Officer Killed in Khan Touman

DAMASCUS:  (Web Desk)- A senior Saudi royal guard officer, sent to help the terrorists in Syria, was killed in Khan Touman city, in Southwestern Aleppo on Tuesday. “After receiving intel, the Syrian army commanders ordered targeting the terrorists’ gathering center at Khan Touman’s school near al-Matahin district and the pursuing …

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Russian Warplanes Turn Aleppo City into Hell for Jeish al-Fatah

SANA:  (Web Desk)- Russian fighter jets launched massive airstrikes on Jeish al-Fatah’s strongholds in the military academy buildings and their narrow corridor in al-Ramousiyeh, inflicting dozens of casualties on the terrorists, FNA dispatches said Tuesday. “Heavy air raids, launched since last nights, have ruined the main parts of buildings in …

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Unknown Assailants Kidnap Female ISIL Terrorists in Mosul

BAGHDAD: (Web Desk)- The local sources in Nineveh province disclosed that masked men attacked a house in the center of the city of Mosul where ISIL’s female terrorists worked on Tuesday, and abducted a number of them. “Over 25 women, some from Libya, Yemen and European countries, were working in …

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