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Daesh executes five civilian rescuers in Iraq: Local TV

Daesh has reportedly executed five individuals who had been helping civilians in Iraq flee the areas controlled by the Takfiri terrorist group. Iraq’s Alhurra television channel reported the atrocity on Saturday, saying the group had confirmed the executions — which had been carried out at unknown locations — by circulating ...

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Hundreds of Britons dying from hunger, government figures show

UK food bank charities have sharply criticized the poverty “scandal” in Britain after disturbing new statistics revealed that hundreds of Britons died from hunger and malnutrition last year. Data from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) indicate that 391 people died from hunger or malnutrition in 2015, a 27 percent ...

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More Israelis visiting Saudi Arabia, Persian Gulf Arab states

A growing number of Israelis have visited Saudi Arabia, the Persian Gulf Arab states and Egypt since the beginning of the year, pointing to the behind-the-scenes ties between Israel and certain Arab countries, which publicly pose as Tel Aviv’s traditional adversaries. The Israel Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) announced earlier this week that some ...

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Russian military outguns UK army in battle: Report

The UK army will be outgunned by Russian armed forces in the event of a battle, top British commanders have warned in a leaked report, raising questions about the British military’s real capabilities. According to the “official-sensitive” document, which was produced in March under the direction of General Sir Nick ...

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45,000 IS fighters killed in past two years: US general

WASHINGTON (AFP) – About 45,000 jihadists have been killed in Iraq and Syria since the US-led operation to defeat the Islamic State group began two years ago, a top general said Wednesday. “We estimate that over the past 11 months, we ve killed about 25,000 enemy fighters. When you add that ...

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Bahrain detains 4 more Shia clerics

Officials in Bahrain have detained four more Shia clerics, as the regime continues to suppress political dissent throughout the country. The Bahraini daily Manama Post reported on Wednesday that Sheikh Imad al-Sho’leh, Sheikh Aziz al-Khazran, Sheikh Monir Ma’tooq, and Sayyid Mohammad al-Ghoraifi had been arrested a day earlier pending interrogation. ...

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Leaks show child abuse scale in Australian detention camp

A shocking report compiled based on 2,000 leaked documents reveals extreme cases of sexual abuse and misconduct against refugee children and women at an Australian detention facility. Britain’s the Guardian newspaper on Wednesday published the eight-thousand page report that includes more than 2,000 incidents from the remote Pacific island of Nauru ...

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More than half of UK women sexually harassed at work: Study

More than half of women living in the United Kingdom have been sexually harassed at work, a new study finds. The British women experienced groping, sexual advances and inappropriate jokes, according to researchers from the Trades Union Congress and the Everyday Sexism Project. The report published Wednesday shows that 80 percent ...

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