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  • Iraqi-forces

    Iraqi commander: About 2,500 IS militants killed in Fallujah

    Baghdad: Iraq’s government forces today dislodged the Islamic State group from two northern neighborhoods of Fallujah as an Iraqi military commander claimed the month-long offensive to recapture the city had left 2,500 IS militants dead. The announcements came just days after the government had declared the liberation of Fallujah, the last bastion of the Islamic State group in the sprawling western Anbar province.

  • IS income drops 30 per cent, terror group imposes crazy fines

    London: Islamic State’s income has plummeted by a whopping 30 per cent to USD 56 million since last year, prompting the dreaded terror group to impose a plethora of ridiculous fines and taxes on its captives including installing satellite dishes and “exit fees” for leaving a city, a report has said. Significant territory losses means the number of people living in the Jihadi caliphate slumped from nine million at the start of 2015 to

  • Suicide bombing, Iraq

    2 Iraqi army generals killed in IS suicide bombing

    Baghdad: An Islamic State suicide bomber killed two army generals today as they led forces against IS positions in the turbulent Anbar province west of Baghdad, military officials said.

  • Suicide attack, Iraqi Security

    Suicide attacks against Iraqi security outpost kill 8

    Baghdad: Police and military officials say a series of suicide car bombings by the Islamic State group targeting a military outpost in Anbar province have killed eight soldiers and injured six. They say the Monday morning attack west of Anbar’s provincial capital Ramadi involved three vehicles, including two fuel trucks. The outpost was home to a joint contingent of army soldiers, policemen and allied Sunni militiamen. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized

  • IS militants line up, kill 50 from Iraqi tribe

    Baghdad : Islamic State group extremists lined up and shot dead at least 50 tribesmen and women in Iraq’s Anbar province, officials said today, the latest mass killing committed by the group, reports AP.

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