Syria

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Counter Terrorism Forces Iraq victory

  Nineveh: We Are Coming Nineveh Operations Command announced on Tuesday liberating the areas of al-Suez and Sanharib in eastern Mosul, while permanently stationed near Choser River. Commander of Operations Lt. Gen. Abdel Amir Yarallah said, “Forces from the Counter-Terrorism Service managed, at noon today, to liberate the areas of al-Suez and Sanharib,” pointing out
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Kazakhstan’s capital, Astana

Iran opposed U.S. presence at peace talks on Syria in the next week at Kazakhstan’s capital, Astana Iran’s foreign minister said on Tuesday Tehran opposed a U.S. presence at peace talks on Syria in the Kazakh capital next week, after a decision by Russia and Turkey to invite Washington. “We have not invited them, and
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Syria Severe Conditions

Syria combat endangers the deal of fixing damaging Damascus water source The Syrian army and allied militia clashed with rebels in Wadi Barada near Damascus on Sunday, threatening to disrupt planned repair works to a pumping station that supplies most of the capital’s water, a war monitor said. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said
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A drone used by the Islamic State to drop explosives on civilians

Another way of Islamic State killing Innocents by their Drones in Mosul Nineveh:  The Islamic State extremist group is using drones to drop bombs and explosives on the residents of the liberated areas in Mosul, the Telegragh reported on Saturday. The Telegraph report stated that the self-proclaimed Islamic State group previously used drones for surveillance
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Iraqi Syrian border

Burning issue: International Interests to take Control of Iraq-Syria Border As the fight against the extremist group known as the Islamic State continues to succeed, albeit at a slower pace than hoped for, the Iraqi government is starting to consider what to do about the country’s borders with Syria. To the west of Mosul, for
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Iraqi Forces advancement in Mosul

Iraqi forces liberated Mosul University, freed areas along Tigris river from Islamic State MOSUL, Iraq/BAGHDAD, Jan 14  – Iraqi special forces drove back Islamic State militants in the Mosul University campus on Saturday, while elite police units took over large areas along the east bank of the Tigris river, military officials said. The head of
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Military Air Strikes Target ISIL Terrorists in Iraq

Air strikes targets ISIL Terrorists Network in Iraq & Syria U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant terrorists in Iraq and Syria on Wednesday, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported yesterday. Officials reported details of the latest strikes, noting that assessments of results are
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Children Playing Regardless Of Their Pain

  Australians can help war effected civilians of Iraq and Syria Seeing harrowing images from war zones in Syria and Iraq can make people feel at a loss of how to help, but there are ways Australians can lend a hand. Key points: It’s best to give a money donation. Donated items cost more in
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Russia, Turkey, Iran Eye Dicing Syria Into Zones Of Influence

Russia, Turkey, Iran eye dicing Syria into zones of influence * Russia, Iran, Turkey want to broker Syria peace deal * Outline of deal would see wide regional autonomy * Assad’s sect would stay in charge of federal centre * Turkey would have informal zone of influence in north MOSCOW/ANKARA, Dec 28 (Reuters)- Syria would
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