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U.S., Coalition Continue Strikes to Defeat ISIS in Syria, Iraq

U.S. and coalition military forces continued to attack the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria yesterday, conducting eight strikes consisting of 13 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

SOP newswirePakistan suffers back-to-back bombings - Dazed survivors, some with their clothing torn, could be seen standing amid the rubble.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: March 10 - The Lebanese parliament postponed the election of the next president for the 16th time since September.
SOP newswireBadawi in as Malaysian Prime Minister - Abdullah Badawi has been sworn in for another term, despite calls for him to step down following his ruling coalition's stunning losses to the opposition in last Saturday's elections.
SOP newswireSooner rather than later, Venezuela embraces Columbia - The presidents of Venezuela, Ecuador and Colombia agreed Friday to peacefully end the dispute at a meeting of the Rio Group in the Dominican Republic.
SOP newswireFemale suicide bomber kills 3 and self in Iraq - Police say the bomber detonated her vest as Sheikh Ghadban al-Karkhi came out of his house to meet her.
SOP newswireWill Chad and Sudan sign Peace Accord? - Senegal's President Abdoulaye Wade says the leaders of Chad and Sudan will sign peace accords next week at a summit in Dakar.
SOP newswireJewish protests prompts Library to delay documentary - According to the library bulletin, the film was to be followed by a 'structured pubic discussion' facilitated by representatives of the Jewish, Christian, Muslim and Arab communities.
SOP newswireDemocracy continues in Spain despite assassination - The election has been overshadowed by the killing of a former Socialist councilor that has been blamed on the Basque separatist group ETA.
SOP newswireCorrea delays restoration of Columbian Diplomatic Relations - President Rafael Correa said it is going to take time to re-establish diplomatic ties, which Ecuador severed last week.
SOP newswireDespite Violence, Peace Process Continues - Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says there is no other path than peace.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: March 7 - Eight teenagers were killed and nine wounded late Thursday in the first terrorist attack in four years that occurred in Jerusalem.
SOP newswirePakistan Coalition gets Musharraf Promise - Under fire since the February 18 election for not calling parliament into session, President Pervez Musharraf announced that lawmakers are to convene in a week or two.
SOP newswireBhutanese Refugees need more help, more money - Fire destroyed 95% of the Goldhap refugee camp and left most of its 9,770 residents homeless, according to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).
SOP newswireDouble Bombing in Baghdad kills 68 and counting - A senior U.S. military officer in Baghdad described the attack as a senseless act of violence directed against the Iraqi people.
SOP newswireExplosion leaves thousands without water - An independent United Nations human rights expert calls on Iraqi authorities to restore the water supply to more than 20,000 people.
SOP newswireAfrican Women, Rape and International Women's Day - Statistics show that most rape cases involved either a relative or somebody who is close to the family-- the people who are supposed to protect women and girls.
SOP newswireGunman kills 8 in Jerusalem Rabbinical Seminary - Witnesses say the gunman entered the library of the Merkaz Harav seminary and opened fire on about 80 people in the room.
SOP newswireSecretary Rice lends voice to protest abuse of girls - School-age girls are threatened with sexual assault, offered higher marks by teachers in exchange for sexual favors and are even raped.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: March 6 - Abkhazia and South Ossetia, two of Georgia’s provinces, demand independence for themselves, citing the precedence of Kosovo.
SOP newswirePolice Begin Patrols in North Darfur - The new United Nations-African Union Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) conducted their first 'confidence-building' patrols in areas controlled by the Minni Minawi-led rebel group.
Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)Judyth Piazza chats with Lesley (Chase) Barton, Founder of A United Journey For Humanity - Lesley (Chase) Barton has always believed it was one's sacred duty to use their strengths, as well as, their adversities to try and make some small positive difference in the world.
SOP newswireIran hit with additional UN Sanctions - Fourteen Council members voted in favour of the resolution, which voiced concern at 'the proliferation risks presented by the Iranian nuclear programme.'
SOP newswireHugo Chavez suggests Trade War with Columbia - Mr. Chavez made the threat Wednesday in Caracas during a joint news conference with Ecuador's president, Rafael Correa.
SOP newswireEU softens Russia; Natural Gas restored to Ukraine - Russia halved gas shipments to Ukraine, claiming it had some $600 million of unpaid bills for gas delivered in 2007.
SOP newswireNot since 1967 has Gaza been more oppressed - Humanitarian aid groups say the blockade has dismantled the economy and impoverished the population.
SOP newswireDid Turkish military bomb Iraq? - Officials said Wednesday that the bombs landed in Irbil province, a Kurdish region close to the Turkish border.
SOP newswireWind Driven Wheat Killing Fungus Detected in Iran - Called Ug99, the disease first surfaced in Uganda and subsequently spread to Kenya and Ethiopia, with both countries experiencing serious crop yield losses.
Krzys WasilewskiWorld Chronicle: March 5 - U.S. President George W. Bush said Wednesday that Americans should use less oil to cut the country's dependence on the fragile Middle East.
SOP newswireFire compounds woes of Refugees - Outbreak of fire at Goldhap Refugee Camp (Jhapa, Nepal), leaves more than 12,000 refugee homeless.
SOP newswireKofi Annan praised by Ban Ki-moon - UN Secretary-General hailed the leadership of his predessor in the mediation efforts to bring an end to two months of violence in Kenya.
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