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Iraqis do not trust US for military recruitment: Analyst

Former US congressional staffer Rodney Martin says the reason that the United States is having problems with “recruiting” forces to fight the ISIL terrorist group is that Iraqis do not trust Washington. “The United States is having problems, missing its goals recruiting Iraqis and the Iraqi military to fight ISIL,” ...

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Russia: Iran to join SCO after sanction lifted

Iran will join the Eurasian economic, political and military bloc, the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), after sanctions are lifted on the country, a Russian presidential aide has said.  The announcement came after foreign ministers of the organization met ahead of a summit by SCO and BRICS leaders in the Russian ...

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Gunmen kill 2 Shias, policeman in SW Pakistan

Armed militants have killed two Shia brothers and a policeman at a passport office in the city of Quetta in Pakistan’s troubled southwestern province of Balochistan. The incident occurred on Monday after the waiting gunmen opened fire on the brothers, who were members of the Shia Hazara community, as they were ...

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Situationer: The Zaid Hamid enigma

A GREAT deal of confusion persists about the whereabouts and condition of self-described defence and security analyst Zaid Zaman Hamid, a familiar face on Pakistani TV channels and in cyberspace. On Wednesday, media outlets here began reporting that the outspoken commentator had been sentenced to eight years in prison as ...

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