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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.

SOP newswireFear for the Future of her Homeland is revealed in Bhutto's Will - Bhutto: Please continue the fight against extremism, dictatorship, poverty and ignorance.
SOP newswireAfghanistan gets $110 Million from Japan - Funds to help with border security, literacy and the plight of refugees.
SOP newswireUN Secretary General Applauds India - Mr. Ban clarified comments to the press made by Matthew Kahane, the UN's Resident Coordinator and Humanitarian Coordinator in Nepal.
SOP newswireBombing in Israel condemned by Senior UN official - Meanwhile, UNSCO reported that two crossings from Israel into the Gaza Strip – Sufa and Karni – were open today.
SOP newswireUnchecked Impunity Endangers Nepali Peace Process - An estimated 13,000 people were killed during the civil conflict that formally ended with a signed peace accord in 2006.
SOP newswireApostasy may warrant Death in Iran - Proposed law clearly violates Iran's commitment to Human Rights.
SOP newswireWarloard threatens Rule of Law in Afghanistan - Afghan police have lifted a brief siege on the Kabul home of a longtime warlord and current presidential adviser, Abdul Rashid Dostum.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: February 4 - Tourists and Sex Reign in Brazil: hundreds of thousands of tourists and natives alike thronged the streets of Rio de Janeiro in a wild procession, marking the last weekend before Lent.
SOP newswireLondon jury finds 5 guilty in bomb plot - Two of those convicted are the brothers of two of the would-be suicide bombers, who are now in jail.
SOP newswireMajor Quake in DR Congo mobilizes UN Peacekeepers - Alan Doss and staff prepare to help local authorities help people in the far east of this impoverished country.
SOP newswireCyril Ramaphosa withdraws as UN Mediator in Kenya - Government suggested the South African businessman was biased toward opposition.
SOP newswireCalm before the Crush in Chad? - Rebel leaders said today they deliberately withdrew to the outskirts of the city to give civilians a chance to escape.
SOP newswireIsrael's Nuclear Reactor may have been Bomber's Target - Witnesses say a huge explosion rocked an industrial area about ten kilometers from the site of Israel's Dimona nuclear reactor.
SOP newswireGeorge Clooney named UN Messenger of Peace - Award-winning actor hopes to visit Iran.
SOP newswireTerrorists will not intimidate Iraqi Prime Minister - Mr. Maliki said in a written statement Saturday that Iraqi forces will continue to crush terrorists and target their strongholds.
SOP newswireRebel Forces Closing in on Chad Presidential Palace - A French official says President Deby has refused an offer to evacuate him from the rebel assault.
SOP newswireA new variety of onion developed by scientists in New Zealand - A new variety of onion developed by scientists in New Zealand will make every chef forget about tears, and chopping onions is set to become a delight, local media said on Friday.
SOP newswireNortheast of Chad War is Raging - Rebels say they want to overthrow President Idriss Deby if he does not accept a power-sharing deal.
SOP newswireGlobal Nuclear Energy Partnership welcomes Republic of Senegal - Launched in 2006, GNEP consists of nations at every stage of nuclear power development to help meet growing energy demand globally.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: February 1 - Over 70 people were killed on Friday in separate suicide attacks that destroyed two popular Baghdad markets. According to the local police, both terrorists were women, with heavy explosives hidden beneath their clothes.
SOP newswireFemale Suicide Bomber kills at least 45, wounds 75 in Baghdad - Militants have targeted the popular al-Ghazl market several times since the start of the Iraq war.
SOP newswireViolence in Kenya Concerns UN Security Council - Nearly 700 people are believed to have been killed in the violence, which first began a few weeks ago.
SOP newswireAl-Quida senior commander killed in Pakistan - Believed to be linked to a fatal bombing at a U.S. military base in Afghanistan during a visit by U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney last February.
SOP newswirePeace Deal between DR Congo and Government Praised - UN Security Council today urged all sides to respect the ceasefire and other agreements reached 'in good faith.'
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle Showcasing Kenya, Sri Lanka, Russia, The Middle East and America: January 31, 2008 - Russia holds the notorious title as the European country with the highest number of race-related crimes.
SOP newswireMosul insurgents must face US/Iraqi Troops - Iraqi forces have been preparing for the operation for years and collecting intelligence on terrorist networks.
SOP newswireKenyan leaders urged by UN to end crisis - The U.N. Security Council has expressed concern about the continuing post-election violence in Kenya.
Leon (Producer)Turkish Army Terrorising Kurdish People Using Ultra-Nationalist Gangs - The gang included several conservative personalities including some journalists who have made a habit of displaying us as targets.
SOP newswireElection Bombing in Nepal decried by top UN Envoy - Ian Martin, the Secretary-General's Special Representative, decried the attack in Birgunj, on the country's southern border with India.
SOP newswireBicycle Bomber kills 3, wounds 13 in Sri Lanka - The military blamed Tamil Tiger rebels for the attack, which happened in the northern Jaffna peninsula.
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