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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.

    South Asia
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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.

    West Asia
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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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    Daesh 'Caliphate' Crumbles, Iraq Erupts In Celebration

    The recapture of Mosul, Iraq's second largest city and de-facto capital of the so called Caliphate located some 400 kms north of Baghdad, would mark the effective end of Daesh in the Arab country.

    West Asia
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    The Syrian war's worst kept secret is out

    Earlier this month, the Wall Street Journal published an interview with a Syrian rebel commander and half a dozen fighters, who confirmed the worst kept secret of the Syrian conflict: Israel is directly aiding Syrian.

    West Asia
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    US,Russia reach deal on Syria after Trump-Putin talks

    President Vladimir Putin and US President Donald Trump agreed on the truce deal during talks held in a "constructive atmosphere" on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg, Germany.

    West Asia
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    Philippines police proposes identification cards for Muslims

    Police from a Christian-majority region of the Philippines has proposed issuing mandatory identification cards to thousands of Muslims of the region, reported The Guardian.Authorities in Central Luzon

    Southeast Asia
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    Saudi,allies Threatens Qatar:Full Surrender In 24 hours or War

    Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain say they are ready to adopt more punitive measures against Qatar, following Doha’s rejection of their demands to end an ongoing feud.

    West Asia
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    O’ Parachinar, your loyalty is not enough for Pakistan

    “I was a little girl of seven and the memory of him sitting in a room and sewing green coloured clothes and the flag of Pakistan with his own hands before the Partition is still afresh in my eyes.

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    The destruction of the al-Nuri mosque in Mosul is another example of the 'culturecide' we've become so used to

    Over the years, I’ve almost lost count of the priceless treasures of art and antiquity which I’ve seen with my own eyes – and which now lie in pieces. 

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    Daesh ‘state of falsehood’ came to end: Iraqi PM

    Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi has announced an end to Daesh's "state of falsehood" following the recapture of the historical Grand al-Nuri Mosque at the heart of the city of Mosul.

    West Asia
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    Daesh fully withdraws from Syria's Aleppo province, monitor says

    Daesh terrorist group no longer has a presence in Syria's Aleppo province after withdrawing from a series of villages where regime forces were advancing, a monitor said Friday.

    West Asia
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    Iraq retakes iconic Mosque were Baghdadi gave his first speech

    Iraqi troops have captured the iconic mosque in which Islamic State’s leader made his only known appearance - a symbolic victory a week after it was blown up with explosives laid by the jihadists.

    West Asia
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    Why ISIS Have Declared War On The Hazara Shias Of Afghanistan

    Mohammad (PBUH) and the fourth caliph of Muslims. Masjid Al-Zahra, a popular mosque in Shia-dominated Dasht-e-Barchi area of Kabul which Haji Ramazan founded, was packed with worshippers.

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    29 killed in southern Afghanistan bombing

    At least 29 people were killed in a suicide bombing in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province on Thursday.The bombing targeted Afghan troops and government employees waiting to collect their salaries.

    Central Asia
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    Daesh blows up Mosul’s iconic al-Nuri Mosque

    The Iraqi army had launched a push, backed by British and American forces, to regain the medieval mosque and surrounding areas from Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) fighters earlier in the day.

    West Asia
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    Assad, allies to prevail in Syria, drive US out: Ex-US envoy

    A former American ambassador to Syria says the Syrian government and its allies, including Iran, will ultimately frustrate attempts by the United States to influence Syrian matters and will drive the US out of the Arab.

    West Asia
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    Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia launch joint patrols to counter IS

    Indonesia's military chief Gatot Nurmantyo said the patrols are timely as his country tries to stop any militants from Marawi escaping to Indonesia while posing as refugees.

    Southeast Asia
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    Saudi-Turkish relations deteriorate over Qatar

    Relations between Saudi Arabia and Turkey have begun to deteriorate over the Qatar rift, with Riyadh leading a blockade on the Persian Gulf emirate and Ankara sending troops to the small country.

    West Asia
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    Iran Fires Mid-Range Missiles at Daesh Bases in Eastern Syria

    The unprecedented ballistic missile strikes from Iran hit rebel held Syrian city of Der Az-Zour targeting command centres of Daesh terror group which it holds responsible for attacks in Tehran earlier this month.

    West Asia
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    Saudi-Qatar crisis puts Syria rebels in tricky position

    A diplomatic crisis pitting Saudi Arabia against Qatar has put Syrian rebels in a difficult position, analysts say, after rivalries between Gulf backers had already weakened the opposition.

    West Asia
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    100,000 held by IS in Mosul as ‘human shields’: UN

    The UN refugee agency’s representative in Iraq Bruno Geddo said IS had been capturing civilians in battles outside of Mosul and had been forcing them into the Old City, one of the last parts of the city in their grip.

    West Asia
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    Facebook seeks to become 'hostile place' for extremists

    Pressure has been building on Facebook, along with other internet giants, who stand accused of doing too little, too late to eradicate hate speech and jihadist recruiters from their platforms.

    Technology
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    What you didn’t know about Tehran’s terror attacks

    Accusing Iran of trying to control the region Saudi Defence Minister recently threatened to take the war to within Iranian soil. Are the Tehran attacks a signal that the war has begun?

    West Asia

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