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Head of Islamic State in Afghanistan killed: Pentagon

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The head of Islamic State in Afghanistan, Abu Sayed, was killed in a strike on the group’s headquarters in Kunar province earlier this week, the Pentagon said on Friday. Pentagon spokeswoman Dana White said in a statement that other members of the Islamic State group were also killed in the strike on Tuesday. US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis told reporters, “The significance is you kill a leader of one of these groups and it sets them back … it is obviously a victory on our side in terms of setting themRead More


Demonstrations in the United States in protest of the withdrawal of the climate deal!

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Demonstrations in the United States against Climate Cooperation In the US elections, protests took place in more than 100 cities in the United States protesting against the Russian involvement of the troupe camp and the withdrawal of the Paris climatic agreement. Hundreds of people participated in the protest, calling the country trump and his administration ineligible for leadership. Meanwhile, the United Nations Environment Program’s Executive Chief Eric Solheim said: “While the United States has gone out, there are enough alternatives to lead to the implementation of the Paris Treaty.” TrumpRead More


Filipinos killed 10 soldiers in mistake due to air strikes.

10 Army soldiers were killed in the air strikes by the Philippine military. In addition, eight more were wounded. This incident happened in the ongoing IS-war campaign in Mindanao. The Philippines Ministry of Defense confirmed this information on Thursday. A military spokesman said the military launched airstrikes on the positions of Islamist militants in Marabi town on Wednesday. In the meantime, for a short while the bomb went into the army camp. He said the military has been ordered to investigate the incident. Recently, after the occupation of the IslamistRead More


Demand for Afghan president’s resignation, 8 dead

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Police fired on protesters demanding the resignation of the president after a deadly bomb attack in Kabul, Afghanistan. At least 8 people were killed in this. On Friday, President Ashraf Ghani stepped in to protest against the procession demanding the resignation of thousands of protesters. Protesters blamed slain bans on President Ashraf Ghani and country’s chief executive Abdullah Abdullah on the incident of the horrific bombing in Kabul’s diplomatic area. To prevent them, police used water-tapping and tear gas. Protesters also threw counter bricks on the police targets. Police openedRead More