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Led airstrikes kill dozens of Islamic State fighters in Fallujah

US-led coalition strikes supporting Iraqi forces in the recapture of Fallujah have killed 70 Islamic State militants including the group's commander in the city, a USA military spokesman says. Maher al-Bilawi, commander of Islamic State fighters in ... Equilibrio Informativo, 1 day ago

Hundreds flee Falluja during Iraqi offensive

An offensive to retake Falluja, about 16 kilometers from Karma , had been launched on Monday by the Iraqi government troops, which were backed by Shiite militias known as the Popular Mobilization Units and airs forces from the USA -led anti-ISIS ...
 Equilibrio Informativo2 days ago

Pentagon: No ISIS Detainees to Guantanamo Bay

Washington-At the time when U.S. soldiers claim that ISIS militants are withdrawing from Syria and Iraq and decisive attacks are prepared for them in Mosul and Al-Raqqah, the troops said they will not transfer any of the detainees to U.S. military ...
 Asharq Al Awsat2 weeks ago

Lack of Plan for ISIS Detainees Raises Human Rights Concerns

WASHINGTON — The Islamic State calls them inghimasi — zealous foot soldiers who intend to fight to their deaths. And as the American-backed coalition has reclaimed territory from the group in Iraq and Syria, that fervor has kept prisoners from ...
 MSN News US2 weeks ago
Al Jazeera

'It's as if the Arab Spring never happened'

Majority of people in Middle East and North Africa believe their government is failing to fight corruption, poll finds. Five years after the Arab Spring, a majority of people throughout the Middle East and North Africa region believe that ...
 Al Jazeera3 weeks ago
VOA News

Trapped Between Iraqi Forces, IS, Civilians Slowly Starving

IRBIL, IRAQ— Thousands of families trapped between Islamic State extremists and Iraqi forces in the city of Fallujah are being forced to eat rotten food and soup made of grass. Reports from inside the city say children are starting to die as ...
 VOA News1 month ago

The Grim Conditions of Jordan's Immigration Detention Camps. Blatant Human Rights Violations

The following elucidates the grim conditions of immigration detention camps and the defective process of deportation existing within Jordan, which innocent migrant workers have endured for so long, in silence. Organizations such as Human Rights ...
 Global Research1 month ago
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