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Saudi Arabia, Bahrain start joint naval drills in Persian Gulf

Saudi Arabia and Bahrain have started joint naval exercise in the Persian Gulf waters as the Manama regime has been trying for years to draw closer to Saudi authorities and receive their assistance in the heavy-handed crackdown against pro-democracy activists and opposition figures. Commander of the Eastern Fleet Rear Admiral Fahd al-Ghafili stated on ...

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Syrian army, allies liberate entire southeastern Damascus countryside

Syrian army forces, supported by allied fighters from popular defense groups, have established control over the southeastern outskirts of the capital Damascus, driving foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants out of the strategic area. Syria’s Joint Operations Command announced in a statement on Tuesday that Syrian troops and their allies had liberated 8,000 square ...

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Iraqi warplanes kill 17 Daesh militants near Syria border

A high-ranking Iraqi military official says more than a dozen Daesh Takfiri terrorists were killed when Iraqi Air Force fighter jets bombarded their positions in the country’s troubled western province of Anbar near the border with Syria. Brigadier General Saleh Ali told Jordan’s official Petra news agency on Tuesday that ...

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Iraqi army forces find Daesh mass grave west of Ramadi

Iraqi forces have found a mass grave in the country’s troubled western province of Anbar containing the remains of nearly two dozen Daesh Takfiri militants killed during heavy clashes with government forces and their allies during the campaign for the liberation of the strategic city of Ramadi. Colonel Alaa Fadel told Deutsche Presse-Agentur (DPA) that the ...

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