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Mystery sniper dubbed 'Daesh Hunter' takes out three ISIS terror chiefs in Libyan city
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V for Vigilante: Dump the drones, this Libyan sniper killed th...

The 'Daesh hunter', as he's called, has killed three high-level Islamic State operativesin just 10 days in the coastal city of Sirte, the hometown of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi. According to the local media outlet Libya Prospect , the Daesh ... Firstpost.com, 3 hours ago
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Japan Times

Islamic State's Iraq, Syria ranks thin to under 25,000 but Libya forces grow

WASHINGTON New intelligence assessments show that the number of Islamic State group fighters has dropped in Iraq and Syria but is rising in Libya, a senior U.S. defense official said Thursday. According to the official, reports suggest there are ...
 Japan Times4 days ago ISIS 'is not sustainable' -- here's the latest sign the group is losing  Business Insider Australia1 day ago ISIS army shrinks by 20 per cent as air strikes frighten fighters into deserting Daesh  MyInforms2 days ago Eddied This is good news...  The Nation Pakistan3 days ago
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Catholic Online

ISIS fighters quickly vacating Syria - why?

Number of fighters in Libya increases The number of ISIS militants swarming Syria and Iraq is believed to have dropped from 19,000 to 25,000 fighters to 20,000 to 31,500, according to White House spokesman Josh Earnest. However, as the number of ...
 Catholic Online3 days ago U.S. Official Says IS Forces Rising in Libya, Dropping in Iraq, Syria  Naharnet4 days ago IS forces rise in Libya, drop in Iraq and Syria: US official  Yahoo! UK and Ireland4 days ago Yesterday IS forces rise in Libya, but drop in Iraq and Syria, US official says  Your Middle East3 days ago
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Defense One

Islamic State Found Weaker In Iraq, Syria

The Islamic State (IS) militant group is growing weaker in Iraq and Syria but has gained strength in Libya, according to a new U.S. intelligence assessment. The new estimates, revealed by the White House on February 4, found the number of IS ...
 Radio Free Europe4 days ago Islamic State Found Weaker In Iraq Syria Stronger In Libya  MENAFN3 days ago ISIS shelters beneath a Syrian dam; USSOF in Libya; Syrian peace meeting delayed; $2B in bombs for Iraqi F-16s; and a bit more.  Defense One1 week ago Militants in Syria's Aleppo on verge of defeat: Analysts  Islam Times3 days ago
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Spiegel Online

German UN Envoy on Islamic State's Rise: 'We Simply Can'tGive Up on Libya'

02/04/2016 06:41 PM 'We Simply Can'tGive Up on Libya' Interview Conducted By Juliane von Mittelstaedt With the situation rapidly deteriorating in Libya, the UN's special representative to the country, Martin Kobler of Germany, is ...
 Spiegel Online4 days ago
Al Jazeera

Libya's litmus test with IS

While Syria and Iraq may have grabbed the headlines over the past few years, another country has been preying on the mind of some Western officials. In private, French, Italian and British and United States defence officials and diplomats have ...
 MSN UK5 days ago Libya's litmus test with ISIL  Al Jazeera1 week ago
Christian Science Monitor

Intelligence panel's top Democrat: Afghanistan shows 'limits of state-building'

Rep. Adam Schiff on Tuesday sized up US operations in that country, as well as the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Libya. Adam Schiff, ranking member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, speaks at a Monitor-hosted breakfast for ...
 Christian Science Monitor6 days ago Rep. Schiff: U.S. Should Act to Block ISIS Influence in Libya  NBCNews.com6 days ago
Washington Post

For Clinton, backing military force in Libya was a tough call that still haunts

By , When Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton walked into the gilded Elysee Palace in Paris on March 14, 2011, she found a fired-up French President Nicolas Sarkozy eager to launch military strikes in Libya. It had been nearly a month ...
 Washington Post5 days ago Hillary Clinton gains a new unlikely ally in email controversy: Colin Powell  Washington Post4 days ago Hillary Clinton's Progressive Persona  Consortium News4 days ago 44 Reasons to NOT Elect Hillary Clinton  Before It's News5 days ago
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Bloomberg

Niger says conflict in Libya, not Boko Haram, is biggest threat to West Africa

NIGER says an unstable Libya is a bigger threat forcountries in West Africa's Sahel region than the Boko Haram Islamist militant group, which is close to being defeated. The government of the landlocked West African nation will spend 10% of its ...
 Mail & Guardian Africa4 days ago Niger Says Conflict in Libya Biggest Threat to West Africa  Bloomberg5 days ago

Morocco arrests 7 suspects planning to join IS branch in Libya

Moroccan police announced on Tuesday that they have arrested seven Islamic State (IS) linked suspects who were planning to join IS branch in Libya, the Moroccan Interior Ministry said in a statement. According to the statement, the suspects who ...
 China Economic Net6 days ago Morocco Busts ISIS-Linked Terror Cell  Maroc Press1 week ago Morocco Arrests ISIS-Linked Terror Cell  BioSpace4 days ago
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