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Inherent Resolve Strikes Target ISIS in Syria, Iraq

U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting 29 strikes consisting of 38 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Krzys WasilewskiAmbassador's Son Threatened to Kill Israeli Teenagers - A man who abducted two Israelis and one Brazilian in a Warsaw hotel on Monday and threatened to detonate explosives is reported to be a son of the Kuwaiti ambassador to Poland, informs the Associated Press.
SOP newswire2Myth of Overpopulation - Steven Mosher, the president of the Population Research Institute and recognized demographic expert, has
SOP newswire2Operation Blessing International Responding To Myanmar Cyclone Disaster Relief - Operation Blessing International (OBI) has teamed up with German-based medical nonprofit organization Humedica in a medical outreach to
SOP newswireBangladesh gets $40 million in food aid from Uncle Sam - U.S. Ambassador to Bangladesh James Moriarty said Sunday in Dhaka the aid will go to school children, along with cyclone and flood victims.
SOP newswirePro-Russians say they shot down 2 Georgian spy drones-- Georgians say, 'Not so.' - The claim and denial come two weeks after a Georgian drone was downed in the same area, heightening already-strained relations between Russia and Georgia.
SOP newswireToday the lack of fuel stops UN food for Palestinians - Israeli authorities closed a border terminal that supplies fuel to Gaza Sunday after it came under mortar attack from Palestinian militants.
Krzys WasilewskiNationalism Looms Over Germany - Germany is fed up with her troublesome past: more than half of the 83 million Germans do not want special relations with Israel.
SOP newswire2China cracks down on grain exports - China's customs have tightened blocking illegal grain exports triggered by international price hikes.
I P AdhikariNo Press Freedom In Bhutan - Despite the begining of democratic government, Bhutan lacks press freedom
SOP newswireEhud Omert questioned by Israeli police - Friday, police officials questioned the Prime Minister in his Jerusalem residence.
SOP newswireOfficials say Zimbabwe will need run-off - Officials results released Friday - more than a month after the election - show longtime opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai winning 47.9 percent of the vote.
SOP newswireChinese officials to meet with Dalai Lama envoys Saturday - The two envoys-- Lodi Gyari and Kelsang Gyaltsen-- will convey the Dalai Lama's deep concerns about how China has handled protests in Tibet and other Tibetan regions.
SOP newswire2Nations Must Work Together to Confront Extremists - No nation can solve the problem posed by radical extremism by itself, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told the 102nd annual meeting of the American Jewish Committee here last night.
SOP newswireMay Day marked in Havana - Many of the marchers wore red T-shirts and waved Cuban flags Thursday as they marched through Revolution Square.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: April 30 - The Austrian government is considering changing the law after it turned out that a man who kept his daughter locked in a cellar for more than 20 years and repeatedly raped her and fathered her seven kids faces up to only 15 years in prison.
SOP newswire10 Diplomats expelled from Belarus - The Foreign Ministry called in the U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission Jonathan Moore, and presented him with the list of diplomats given 72 hours to depart.
SOP newswireNuclear Bomb Plant protested by 79 Religious Groups - Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, and Muslim groups have joined together to reject administration plans to reactivate the U.S. nuclear weapons infrastructure and build new nuclear bomb plant facilities.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: April 29 - Lithuania threatens to block EU trade negotiations with Russia, which are to begin this week, citing the unstable situation in the Caucasus region as one of the reasons.
SOP newswireSolution to Mid East Peace must include Palestinian Refugees - Ban Ki-moon: This year marks the 60th year of Palestinian dispossession, an anniversary that underlines the importance and urgency of finding a solution to the question.
SOP newswireDaughter held hostage for 24 years - Police say Fritzl has admitted drugging his 19-year-old daughter in 1984 and locking her in the cellar of a home he shared with his wife.
SOP newswireBan Ki-moon will head hunger task force - UN Secretary-General made the announcement in Bern, Switzerland, Tuesday at a two-day meeting with 27 key international agencies.
SOP newswire230 Jailed Over Lhasa Violence - A further 13 people were sentenced on Tuesday afternoon, bringing the number of people imprisoned at present for involvement in the March 14 riot to 30, said a Lhasa court.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: April 28 - Austria is in a state of shock after the police discovered a 42-year-old woman, locked for 24 years in a windowless cellar by her father.
SOP newswireFARC continues to hold hundreds of hostages - French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner is expected travel to Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela next week to seek a way to free the hostages.
SOP newswireRecount Confirms Mugabe's Defeat in Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe's electoral commission confirms that there were no changes in the 18 out of 23 constituencies recounted so far.
SOP newswireIsrael blamed for stagnant Palestinian economy - World Bank says it expects the economy to shrink, despite serious Palestinian reform efforts, as well as billions of dollars in foreign aid.
SOP newswire2Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan further reform - The central regions needs to boost awareness of reform, innovation, opening-up, market, and the rule of law, Wang said when he addressed the opening of the Third Central China
SOP newswireTaliban claims responsibility for attack in Kabul - President Karzai appeared on national television soon after the incident saying authorities have arrested several suspects.
Krzys Wasilewski"Give Me Back My Penis!" - Dozens of men in Kinshasa have reported their penises stolen by an evil sorcerer.
SOP newswire2Attorney Met with Jailed Beijing Christian Businessman Shi Weihan for the First Time - On the morning of Wednesday, the attorney of Mr. Shi Weihan, the leader of a Beijing house church who was released
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