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Iraqi forces retake two villages from 'Islamic State' militant...

The Iraqi army claimed to have driven out so-called "Islamic State" militants from two villages in the Euphrates Valley in the west of the country as part of their continuing efforts to eliminate jihadists from the region. "...This morning ... Deutsche Welle, 2 weeks ago
Iraq military launches Anbar offensive Middle East Eye, 2 weeks ago

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Iraq's Shi'ite militias target Falluja in Anbar campaign

ERBIL, Iraq/WASHINGTON Islamic State seized Anbar's capital Ramadi two months ago, extending its control over the Euphrates river valley west of Baghdad and dealing a major setback to Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi and the U.S.-backed army he ...
 Reuters2 weeks ago ISIS Latest Target Could Put A Stranglehold On Iraq  Daily Caller1 week ago IS announces Haditha, Iraq, as next target  UPI1 week ago Fallujah liberation key to securing Anbar  AlMonitor1 week ago
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Lebanon Daily Star

Iraq, ISIS angered as Turkey hoards Euphrates waters

There's one thing ISIS militants and the Iraqi government theyre besieging agree on: Turkey is using more than its fair share of water. Water levels on the Euphrates River that flows 2,700 kilometers from eastern Turkey through Syria and Iraq past ...
 Lebanon Daily Star3 weeks ago Pentagon Doesn't Know if it's Allowed to Defend Syrian Fighters or Turkish 'Safe Zone'  National Journal1 day ago Safe zone in Syria aims to provide conditions for refugees to return home  Daily Sabah2 days ago Military Pact  World Jewish Daily2 days ago
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Times of India

Isis use water as a weapon in Iraq, by shutting dam on the Euphrates River

Water has become the latest weapon in Isis' arsenal, after militants closed the gates of a dam in western Iraq - allowing them easier access to government forces.In a move that could expose residents in southern provinces to drought, Isis fighters have redirected the flow of the Euphrates River, to give them better access to government fighters on the southern bank, according to local officials. Read ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Islamic State militants use water as weapon in western Iraq  Reuters1 month ago
DNA

Syrian Kurds capture town from Islamic State in north - monitor

The Observatory said the town near the Euphrates River was a launchpad for Islamic State to wage raids on the Kurdish-held town of Kobani further north at the border with Turkey. U.S.-led air strikes assisted the Kurds in the assault, said Rami ...
 Angola Press3 days ago Kurds accused of violations after seizing ISIS stronghold  Now News13 hours ago Syria: US-Turkey safe zone deal could mark the end of Assad and Isis but alienate Kurdish YPG  International Business Times UK3 days ago Kurdish fighters capture northern Syrian town from Islamic State  PanARMENIAN Network3 days ago
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The Nation Pakistan

Islamic State fighters attack troops in Iraq's Anbar province

BAGHDAD They said the militants attacked on two fronts near Khaldiya. The Euphrates river town lies next to a military base between the provincial capital Ramadi, seized by Islamic State in May, and their long-held bastion of Falluja. Shi'ite ...
 Reuters2 weeks ago Excerpts: US-led coalition troops in Iraq. Subject: Iraq VP's Saudi comments slammed. Saudi position on Hamas unchanged. Turkey bombs IS in Syria. Obama Kenya visit. Jordan north border re Syria shells. July 24, 2015  Independent Media Review Analysis5 days ago Iraq deploys soldiers to fight ISIS in Ramadi for first time  The Nation Pakistan6 days ago Pentagon chief Ash Carter discusses anti-IS fight with Iraqi & Sunni leaders  Individual.com6 days ago
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Dalje.com

Kurdish Militia Captures Key Northern Syrian Town From Islamic State

BEIRUT (Alliance News) - Kurdish forces in northern Syria captured a key town along the Euphrates River from the Islamic State on Monday, while charging that Turkey has shelled Kurdish villages in the area.At least four fighters and several ...
 London South East3 days ago 1ST LEAD Kurdish militia captures key northern Syrian town from Islamic State By Weedah Hamzah and Shabtai Gold, dpa  Europe Online Magazine3 days ago 5TH LEAD Kurdish militia captures key northern  Europe Online Magazine3 days ago
Examiner.com

From the cradle of civilization to ground zero

The areas around Iran are referred to as the cradle of civilization. It was here between the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers that historians claim the wheel, the plow and the written alphabet were first used. These innovations allowed civilization to ...
 Examiner.com2 weeks ago

Molecular Cloning and Functional Analysis of UV RESISTANCE LOCUS 8 (PeUVR8) from Populus euphratica

by Ke Mao, Lina Wang, Yuan-Yuan Li, Rongling Wu Ultraviolet-B (UV-B; 280315 nm) light, which is an integral part of the solar radiation reaching the surface of the Earth, induces a broad range of physiological responses in plants. The UV RESISTANCE ...
 Plosone.org2 weeks ago

Iraq War Soldier Receives Christian Baptism In The Euphrates River

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 Fnews.com2 weeks ago
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