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Daesh beheads 15 members in Afghanistan after infighting

The Daesh terrorist group has beheaded at least 15 of its own members in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Nangarhar, local…

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Myanmar treatment of Rohingya constitutes crime against humanity, Amnesty concludes

“State-sponsored” violence against minority Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar constitutes the “crime against humanity of apartheid,” Amnesty International has concluded, following…

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Afghan Forces Kill 20 Taliban, ISIS Terrorists in Nangarhar

Afghan forces have killed at least twenty Taliban and ISIS terrorists during operations in the country’s eastern Nangarhar province. According…

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Taliban militants kill 6 policemen in Afghanistan

At least six policemen have been killed after the Taliban militants launched coordinated attacks on three checkpoints in Afghanistan’s western…

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3,000 more US troops deployed to Afghanistan: Pentagon

The US Department of Defense has announced about 3,000 additional American troops have been deployed to Afghanistan under President Donald…

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18 Killed as ISIS Terror Attack Hits Political Gathering in Kabul, Afghanistan

At least 18 people have been killed and 10 more wounded in the Afghan capital after a suicide bomb attack…

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More than 20 Afghan police killed in Taliban attacks

Almost two dozen police officers have been killed by Taliban militants in southern Afghanistan. Police said on Tuesday that the…

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US colluding with Daesh in Afghanistan: Karzai

Former President Hamid Karzai says the US is colluding with Daesh in Afghanistan and allowing the Takfiri group to flourish…

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Myanmar’s soldiers targeted Rohingya Muslim women for gang rape: UN official

Myanmar’s soldiers have “systematically targeted” Rohingya Muslim women for gang rape in Rakhine state, says a UN official.

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Erdogan to Saudi crown prince: You don’t own Islam

In harsh but indirect remarks addressed to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said…

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