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Formation of anti-ISIL showy coalition by ISIL’s God-father

  The Saudi defence minister, whose country is the main breeder and financier of terrorist groups, announced the formation of “Islamic Military Coalition”, so to speak, against ISIL. According to Mohammad bin Salman, the Saudi Crown Prince and minister of defence, the so-called Islamic military coalition for campaign against ISIL ...

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Israeli troops kill Palestinian in Nablus

  Israeli forces have shot dead a young Palestinian man in the occupied West Bank city of Nablus over an alleged stabbing attempt. The shooting came shortly after an Israeli human rights group accused the regime of “summary execution” of the Palestinians. Israeli forces on Thursday opened fire at the Palestinian ...

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Kaleemullah signs up with American side Tulsa Roughnecks

Pakistan forward Kaleemullah Khan has signed up with United Soccer League (USL) side Tulsa Roughnecks according to the Oklahoma based club’s official website. Kaleemullah played last season for another USL outfit Sacramento Republic. A number of factors, including a coaching change, restricted Kaleemullah to feature in just seven matches for ...

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UK unemployment rate falls to lowest since 2006

A new report says the unemployment rate of the UK has fallen to the lowest over the past 10 years. According to the report released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) the rate stood at 5.2 percent in the third quarter. This is the lowest rate since 2006. ONS ...

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Yemen’s rival groups end prisoner swap

Members of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement and militiamen loyal to fugitive former President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi have exchanged hundreds of prisoners taken during the conflict in the country. The swap included 375 Ansarullah fighters as well as 285 pro-Hadi militiamen, and took place along the boundary between Yemen’s southwestern province of ...

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Preconditions by foreign players prolonging Syria crisis: Zarif

Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says preconditions set by certain foreign parties about Syria’s political future are merely prolonging the bloodshed in the Arab country. Zarif made the remark on Wednesday upon arrival in New York for the third round of international talks aimed at finding a solution to the Syria crisis. The Iranian ...

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