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The Syrian Arab Army and it’s supporting forces managed to fully liberate the eastern city of Deir ez-Zor from the Islamic State occupation, says the national media quoting a military source. The Al-Hawiqa district was...

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On March 13, the Syrian government army and her allies managed to gain the control of an important road in a small rebel enclave in Northern Damascus. The starting point of the offensive was along...

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Latest information from Mogadishu provides that at least four people were killed and other five seriously wounded after a roadside bomb claimed by the Islamist insurgents exploded outside a military camp. Major Osman Abdulle, a...

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On Friday, 16th of December, 12 soldiers, who were members of the army’s special anti-terrorist group, were killed in northern Burkina Faso, near the border with Mali. The offenders were more than 40 heavily armed...

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Bahram Qassemi, the Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman declared and insisted that targeting holy sites goes against the teaching of all religions. This remark came on Sunday, after a terrible attack on Cairo’s Coptic Cathedral where...

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Turkey was the subject of numerous attacks on Saturday evening. It all started with two explosions that rocked Istanbul’s European side, two hours after a car bomb was detonated after the end of a Turkish...

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A young Palestinian man, who was brandishing Israeli paramilitary police officers from West Bank, was shot and killed. Luba Samri, a police spokeswoman declared that the 18-years-old Palestinian appeared suspicious at the border where policemen...

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Sunday, 27 November, the Syrian army, along with the Iran-led militias, launched an offensive towards opposition-held positions from northwest Aleppo province. A spokesman of Ahrar al-Sham opposition stated that opposition forces withdrew from the districts...

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The bomb attacks in Baghdad continue.  After the death of six persons and injury of more than 20 from Sunday triple attack, now more than 80 people were killed in southern Iraq. The terrible attack took...

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The head of Episcopal Council of Rwanda, Bishop Philippe Rukamba, denounced the returning desire of a politician and former priest, Thomas Nahimana, who is living in France since the  genocide. He has founded a new...

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