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Iraqi, Syrian Democratic Forces Destroy ISIS Caliphate

While Iraqi security forces and Syrian Democratic Forces have destroyed the idea of an Islamic State of Iraq and Syria Caliphate, much work remains to be done against the terror group, Pentagon spokesman Army Col. Robert Manning said today.

SOP newswire2Recipes For Recession - Ireland's economy suffered a spectacular bust after a resounding boom.
SOP newswire2Dance as a Form of Cultural Practice - Indonesia has been witness to severe forms of violence for several years.
SOP newswire2Women Key to Industry in India - What is common between moderately-priced apparel available at Walmarts across the US and merchandise in expensive standalone Gap clothing stores?
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Visits Japan - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today urged the world to work to ensure that nuclear weapons were eliminated.
SOP newswire3U.S. Military in Afghanistan Responds to Pakistan Floods - The U.S. military in Afghanistan is responding rapidly to the disastrous flooding that reportedly killed more than 1,200 people in Pakistan.
SOP newswire3U.S. Rushes Aid to Pakistan Flood Victims - United States is rushing aircraft, food and shelter to help those impacted by flooding in Pakistan.
SOP newswire2The Lost Culture of Panay Bukidnons Caught On Camera - The Panay`s live by the philosophy of "sibud` that reflects the community`s way of life, even as they try and adapt to today`s fast-paced world.
SOP newswire3UN: Disease New Threat In Flood-Hit Pakistan - United Nations humanitarian agencies warned today of the possibility of waterborne disease outbreaks emerging in north-western Pakistan.
Robert Paul ReyesGaza Strip Terrorized By Hamas - The Islamist rulers of the Gaza Strip have ordered lingerie shops to display more modesty.
SOP newswire3UN Rushing Food To Victims Of Deadly Pakistan Floods - The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) has begun distributing food to more than 35,000 families affected by the worst floods northwest Pakistan has seen in decades.
SOP newswire3UN Identifies New World Heritage Sites - The UN added a selection of new sites situated in various countries around the globe to its World Heritage List, after deciding that they were of outstanding universal value.
SOP newswire3UN: Terrorism In Africa Linked To Organized Crime - Terrorism in Africa is increasingly linked to organized crime, and the continent`s governments must take stronger steps to try to break those connections.
SOP newswire3UN: Missing Russian Pilot In Darfur Found Safe - A Russian helicopter pilot missing since the start of the week was found safe late today in southern Darfur.
SOP newswire3UN Deplores Takeover Of Palestinian Hhomes By Israeli Settlers - The UN has deplored today`s forcible takeover by armed Israeli settlers of a building in Jerusalem`s Old City that housed nine Palestinian families.
SOP newswire2India: Karnataka's Women Councillors Take Charge - Sneha Baadkar, 38, is one of the 16 elected women councillors from urban local bodies in Karnataka, who recently visited Delhi as part of an exposure
SOP newswire3UN: Access To Clean Water A Human Right - Safe and clean drinking water and sanitation is a human right essential to the full enjoyment of life and all other human rights, the General Assembly declared today.
SOP newswire3Insurgents Show Desperation in Afghanistan - Although insurgents continue to threaten progress in Afghanistan, their efforts are becoming increasingly desperate, the top U.S. military commander in Eastern Afghanistan said today.
SOP newswire2Positive Bond for HIV Couples - Narain and Patel are part of the increasing band of HIV positive people who are looking to marry or in many cases re-marry with positive partners in a bid to have a second shot at a normal life.
SOP newswire2Soccer Fever Has Gripped Kenya - Wiry and athletic Edith Nyawira, 22, is running around attending to customers at a cyber café situated along Nairobi`s Tom Mboya Street.
SOP newswire3UN Speaks Out Against Death Of Indian Reporter - The UN deplored the death of a senior reporter for a daily newspaper due to injuries sustained in a bombing in northern India earlier this month.
SOP newswire3Commander Explains Conditions in Afghanistan - Though the battle in Regional Command-East in Afghanistan is more difficult than expected, U.S., NATO and Afghan forces are making progress there, Army Maj. Gen. John F. Campbell said here yesterday.
SOP newswire3UN: 75,000 Displaced In Kyrgyzstan - The United Nations refugee agency today called on Kyrgyz authorities to improve conditions to allow 75,000 people who remain uprooted after last month`s deadly ethnic clashes.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban: World Must Be Free Of Nuclear Weapons - Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today called for further progress on the global disarmament agenda, stressing that getting rid of nuclear weapons is the best way to ensure security for all.
SOP newswire2Women at The Heart of India`s Food Security - "Sometimes from sheer rebellion we ate grass, although it always resulted in stomach cramps and violent retching"`Kamala Markandaya, "The Nectar In A Sieve` (1982).
SOP newswire2Intelligence Leak Shows Pakistan 9/11 Connection? - While Gul is technically retired, the documents suggest that he may still be acting as an unofficial ISI liaison to the insurgents:
SOP newswire3Khmer Rouge Official Found Guilty Of Atrocities By UN-backed Court - A United Nations-backed tribunal issued its first verdict today, finding the former head of a notorious detention camp guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
SOP newswire3Mike Mullen: Mission Unchanged in Afghanistan - The U.S. mission in Afghanistan has not changed, Navy Adm. Mike Mullen said.
Robert Paul ReyesVideo: Walmart Opens In Afghanistan - A "Walmart Afghanistan" has opened in a bazaar in the war-torn nation, providing bleak hope that maybe our mission has not failed.
SOP newswire3UN Chief Ban Urges Dialogue To Resolve Colombia-Venezuela Tensions - Ban Ki-moon has called on Colombia and Venezuela to resolve their differences through dialogue after Venezuela reportedly broke off diplomatic ties with Colombia, which accused it of harbouring rebel groups.
SOP newswire2Helpline As Lifeline - Shipra Mukherjee was the perfect homemaker. She loved playing host to her family of four sons, daughters-in-law and two grandchildren.
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