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Iraq, Islamic State accuse Turkey of taking too much Euphrates water
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Iraq, Islamic State accuse Turkey of taking too much Euphrates...

Islamic State group militants have destroyed six archaeological pieces from the historic town of Palmyra that were confiscated from a smuggler, the group said. Their efforts are likely to hamper government attempts to retake Ramadi. Iraqi forces ... Stars and Stripes, 12 hours ago

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​Water wars: ISIS shuts down Iraqi dam, uses freshwater as weapon reports

06:59 Reuters / Mohammed Badra Islamic State militants have shut the gates to the Euphrates River dam in western Iraq, limiting the amount of water coming through, media reports have said. The tactic gives the group battlefield advantage, ...
 Russia Today4 weeks ago Iraq: ISIS fighters shut off water  Austin American Statesman4 weeks ago IS uses water as weapon in Iraq  The Nation Pakistan4 weeks ago IS Closes Dam Gates, Reducing Water to Government  GlobalSecurity.org4 weeks ago
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US Plans to Store Heavy Military Equipment in the Baltics and Eastern European Nations

A convoy of US Army 3rd Infantry M1A1 Abrams tanks cross the Euphrates river as black smoke rises after an explosion as hundreds of armored vehicles push towards the outskirts of Baghdad on April 6, 2003. Reuters File A senior US official has ...
 International Business Times India2 weeks ago
Radio Free Europe

IS Cuts Water To Iraqi-Held Areas

Islamic State (IS) militants have closed some dam gates on the Euphrates River near Ramadi in western Iraq, reducing the vital flow of water to government-held areas while giving the militants greater freedom to attack government forces downstream. ...
 Radio Free Europe4 weeks ago IS Reduces Flow Of Euphrates To Iraqi-Held Areas  GlobalSecurity.org4 weeks ago
Washington Times

Islamic State harnesses Euphrates, uses river as weapon to benefit Ramadi allies

The Islamic State group has found a way to harness the power of the Euphrates River and use it to aid its allies in Ramadi. Members of the Sunni radical terrorist groups are using a dam in western Iraq to change the flow of the river and alter ...
 Washington Times1 month ago
Al Jazeera

How Turkey tomb-raided its way out of confronting ISIL

One hundred days after Operation Shah Euphrates, Turkey is still dithering over the threat across the border. On February 22, the world woke up to the news that 600 soldiers, 57 armoured vehicles, and 39 tanks of the Turkish military in order to ...
 Al Jazeera1 month ago Islamic State forces routed from stronghold on Syria-Turkey border  Washington Post2 weeks ago Islamic State routed from stronghold  MSN News US2 weeks ago Islamic State is routed from a key stronghold on Syrian border  Capital Bay2 weeks ago
Business Insider

ISIS water war in Iraq causing ripples

Iraq (MNN) -- After taking control of dams along the Euphrates River, ISIS is waging a water war in Iraq. The Water War The terrorist group has been cutting off water from provinces, making the river run dry. According to Furat al-Timimi of Iraq's ...
 Mission Network News2 days ago Surge in ISIS terror fits Israeli script  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka1 day ago ISIS is waging a 'water war' in Southern Iraq  Business Insider5 days ago Disguised ISIS fighters attack city  CNN1 week ago
Abu Dhabi National

Rebels are close to Raqqa but what happens next?

A headline this week noted that Kurdish rebels in Syria were only 55 km from Raqqa, the city on the Euphrates river which is the headquarters of ISIL from where it controls about half of Syria and up to a third of Iraq. Does that mean that the ...
 Abu Dhabi National1 week ago Syria Daily, June 24: Kurds & Rebels Within 30 Miles of Islamic State's Raqqa  EA WorldView5 days ago ISIS driven from Ein Issa by US air strikes as Kurdish fighters move on Raqqa  Capital Bay1 week ago Syria Daily, June 16: Kurds and Rebels Defeat Islamic State in Tel Abyad Near Turkish Border  EA WorldView2 weeks ago
Standpoint Magazine

How To Rescue Iraq From Obama's Folly

Strategic patience? Displaced Iraqis, fleeing the ISIS advance into Ramadi, cross the Euphrates into Baghdad (photo: Haydar Hadi/Anadolu Agency/) The captures of the strategically significant city of Ramadi in Iraq and the historically significant ...
 Standpoint Magazine1 week ago IS suicide attack kills 38 Iraqi policemen  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago Thousands fleeing Ramadi permitted to enter Baghdad  Himalayan times1 month ago
Malaysian Insider

Isis advances in Syria against both regime and rival rebels

The Isis group overran Palmyra after a bloody advance across the desert from their stronghold in the Euphrates valley to the east. Reuters pic, June 1, 2015. The Isis group seized territory from both Syrian government forces and rival rebels over ...
 Malaysian Insider1 month ago Syria Daily, June 18: Rebels Attack Throughout the Country  EA WorldView1 week ago Why we didn't stop Nigerian joining ISIS Turkish envoy  NigerianHerald.com1 month ago Syria Daily, June 1: Rebels Declare War on Islamic State in Aleppo Province  EA WorldView1 month ago
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