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    Pakistanis reject Trump remarks on harboring militants

    Pakistan’s National Assembly passed a resolution on Wednesday condemning US President Donald Trump’s accusations that Islamabad was prolonging the war in Afghanistan, denouncing them as “hostile” and “threatening.”

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    'Crying' Netanyahu taunted over Daesh defeat

    Hezbollah Secretary-General Hassan Nasrallah Monday declared the organization's victory in the war against ISIS on the border with Syria and said: "ISIS was supposed to destroy our region, our army.

    West Asia
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    Filipino troops recapture main mosque in Marawi

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte fired a rifle towards IS-linked militants during a visit on Thursday to the battle zone in southern Marawi, after troops recaptured a main mosque where the gunmen.

    Southeast Asia
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    And the winners in the post-Daesh era are …

    Muqtada al-Sadr is up to something. In 2004 occupied Iraq, the nationalist leader who later engineered the Sadrist movement was even demonized as America’s number one enemy – briefly dethroning Osama bin Laden.

    West Asia
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    'US-led raids on Raqqa killed 59 civilians in three days'

    The UK-based organisation said the death toll is likely to increase as some people affected by the strikes in Raqqa's Old City were critically injured and some are still missing.

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    Afghan forces find mass graves at site of village attack

    Mass graves containing the bodies of more than 40 civilians allegedly massacred by Taliban and Daesh militants were found after Afghan forces recaptured the village where they died, officials said on Tuesday. 

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    Afghan conflict: "They took everyone away from me"

    “My daughter was so frightened that she couldn’t even cry. She was just shivering,” said Dordana, a 47-year-old mother in Sar-e-pul Province, in northern Afghanistan.

    Central Asia
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    The United States Is Complicit in the Destruction of Yemen

    The United States has had a dismal track record managing conflicts in the Middle East in recent years, but in Yemen, it is currently abetting a humanitarian disaster that could ultimately rival Syria and Iraq.

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    'US mulling drone strikes in Philippines'

    The US Department of Defense is weighing a new strategy that would authorize the military to expand its global drone strike program to the Philippines, according to a new report.

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    US forces attack Iraqi military base,kill 30 troops

    In the statement, the brigades called on the Iraqi government to launch an extensive investigation into the incident, while noting that the US’ actions will not remain unanswered.

    West Asia
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    US strikes against IS claim another 21 civilian lives, toll 624

    The US-led coalition fighting the Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria on Friday acknowledged another 21 civilian deaths in past air strikes, bringing the toll up to 624.

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    Hezbollah Emerges Winner in Latest Syrian Refugee Exchange Deal

    The convoys of buses that came from Syria to the isolated town of Arsal in the Lebanon Valley on Wednesday began to transfer thousands of Syrian refugees from Lebanese territory to Idlib in Syria.

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    60 civilians killed in US-led bombing in Syria

    At least 60 civilians have been killed in fresh airstrikes conducted by US led-coalition in Dayr al-Zawr province in eastern Syria. The coalition has been conducting air raids since September 2014 without.

    West Asia
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    Muslims being 'erased' from Central African Republic

    Militias have taken advantage of the political vacuum in Central African Republic (CAR), engaging in ethnic cleansing of Muslims in a bid to erase the community from the country, human rights group Amnesty International.

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    Speaking Iraq out of Terrorism and Occupation - How Ayatollah Sistani inspired national resistance

    In the case of Iraq and Iraq’s brilliant victory against the plague that is Daesh (aka ISIL) I would say that courage was forged in that call Ayatollah Ali Sistani formulated in June 2014, at a time when.

    West Asia
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    35 killed as car bomb explodes in western Kabul

    The Taliban earlier claimed responsibility for the blast in the western part of Kabul. The government official spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorised to talk to the media about the incident.

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    Trump ends CIA program to arm, train Syrian rebels

    The Trump administration has decided to end the CIA’s years-long covert program to arm and train what they call Syrian moderate opposition, militants fighting the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

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    US announces new sanctions against Iran

    The United States announced new sanctions against Iran on Tuesday over its ballistic missile programme and what it called Tehran's support for terrorist groups in the Middle East.

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    Pak Lawmakers question Raheel Sharif's role in Saudi military alliance

    Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, speaking on the matter, had told the Senate that the ToRs governing the operations of the Islamic military alliance had not been finalised as yet.

    South Asia
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    Philippine Prez offers Muslim self-rule to counter ISIS

    President Rodrigo Duterte offered self-rule to the Philippines’ Muslim minority on Monday in an attempt to defeat Islamist militants who seized a southern city in the gravest challenge to his year-old rule.

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    'No breakthrough',UN wraps up Syria talks

    The seventh round of intra-Syria talks aimed at helping end the country's six-year-old war wrapped up Friday, and the U.N. envoy said they featured "no breakthrough, no breakdown, no one walking out, incremental progres.

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    ‘150 Saudi officers helped Daesh in Mosul battle’

    Saudi Arabia had dispatched more than 100 intelligence officers to Mosul to join the Takfiri Daesh militants and direct them in battles against Iraqi government forces and allied fighters from Popular.

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    US-led coalition killed 744 Iraqis and Syrians in June

    In its report, Airwars – a London-based collective of journalists and researchers that use social media, eyewitness reports, and other sources to compile its data – said that the concurrent assaults on Mosul in Iraq.

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    Iraqi army clearing final Daesh redoubt in Mosul

    Iraqi government forces are fighting to eliminate the last pockets of Daesh terrorists in the Old City of Mosul, more than two days after Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi formally declared victory over the extremists.

    West Asia

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