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Syrian troops kill 100 militants during operations in Hama

The Syrian army has regained control of several militant-held villages in Syria’s western-central province of Hama. According to military sources on Tuesday, Syrian tanks pushed the foreign-backed militants out of the villages located around the town of Maardas and the Bteish area in the province’s northern country side. During the ...

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Daesh bans burqas after attacks by women

The Daesh terrorist group has reportedly banned women from wearing burqas over security concerns. The Takfiri group had formerly made it mandatory for women to fully cover their bodies with a black veil, including their faces, during public appearances in Syria and Iraq. Women who disobeyed the orders usually faced ...

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Israel detained 30 Palestinian teenagers in August: Rights group

A Palestinian human rights body says Israeli military forces arrested some 30 Palestinian teenagers last month, amid continued aggression in the occupied territories. The Palestinian Committee of Prisoners’ Affairs announced in a statement on Monday that there were minors as young as 13 among the detainees in August. The committee’s ...

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Nigerian officers sell arms to Boko Haram: Report

A new report suggests that the Boko Haram Takfiri terrorist group is receiving some of its arms and ammunition from corrupt army officers in Nigeria. The report published on Sunday by the Associated Press revealed that several top-ranking military commanders were being secretly investigated in Nigeria for offenses related to the fight ...

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Tram operator tells Israeli commuters to mimic ‘British manners’

An Israeli tram operator has released an educational cartoon encouraging Israelis to copy British manners while on the tram. The Hebrew-language animation, which was produced by the CityPass company, features an Israeli young man, called David, who has recently returned from the United Kingdom, and is trying to teach another Israeli the ...

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ICC sends team to assess Israel ‘justice’ system

An International Criminal Court (ICC) team is to visit the Palestinian territories to examine the competence of the Israeli “justice” system to investigate the regime’s deadly 2014 war on Gaza. Should The Hague-based court deem the Israeli judicial authorities incapable of conducting or unwilling to perform a decent investigation of ...

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Two Palestinian journalists injured in West Bank protests

Two Palestinian photojournalists have sustained injuries during clashes between two separate groups of young Palestinian men and Israeli military forces in the northern and central parts of the occupied West Bank. On Friday, dozens of Palestinians held a weekly demonstration in the town of Kafr Qaddum, located about 13 kilometers ...

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Violence claimed 691 Iraqi lives in August: United Nations

Latest figures released by the United Nation show that acts of terrorism and violence left nearly 700 people dead in Iraq in August as Takfiri Daesh militants push ahead with their terror activities in the face of joint operations by Iraqi army forces and fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units. According ...

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Turkish premier rejects EU demands for changes to anti-terror laws

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has dismissed demands by the European Union for changing the country’s counter-terror law in return for granting Turkish citizens visa-free entry to Europe. “We once again reiterate that we cannot make any amendment to the anti-terror laws due to the circumstances that we are currently facing,” Yildirim said at ...

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Ex-Israeli general admits he was ‘commander of occupation’

A former high-ranking Israeli military figure has described the Tel Aviv regime as the “champion” of the occupation that has turned into an “art” form. “We brought the occupation to a level of art. We are the world champions of occupation. I was head of Central Command. The commander of the occupation,” Major General Gadi ...

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