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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 16 strikes consisting of 36 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

Juliet MaruruChaos as Gangs attack in Slums - KENYA - Fresh fear gripped residents of Mathare Slums after a group of residents tried to evict suspected members of the feared Mungiki sect.
SOP newswireDelivery of Russian Humanitarian Aid for Palestinians - By decision of the Government of the Russian Federation, two EMERCOM planes brought a large consignment of humanitarian aid for the Palestinians to Amman on August 29. It is intended for the residents of the Gaza Strip. Russia
SOP newswireLugovoy's accusations get Little reaction in Britain - There has been muted reaction from the UK media after Andrey Lugovoy said at a briefing that the UK government and special services are lying in order to implicate him in
SOP newswirePresident Hu calls for accelerating banking reform - China's top leader Hu Jintao has called for accelerating banking reform to push forward the sustainable and healthy development of the country's financial sector.
SOP newswireArmed robber jailed in The U.K. - Darren Neville has been jailed for eight years and nine months having pleaded guilty to two counts of attempted robbery and grievous bodily harm.
SOP newswireChina's school buses set for New standards - The Chinese authorities are cracking down on dilapidated school buses to combat a rising death toll among the nation's schoolchildren.
SOP newswireSecurity Council ready to set up UN presence in Chad, Central African Republic - The Security Council said today it is ready to establish a United Nations-mandated, multidimensional presence in eastern Chad and north-eastern Central African
SOP newswireDesign defects are to blame for 85% of recalled toys from China - A senior Chinese official said that 85 percent of the more than 20 million toys recalled by Mattel were caused by problematic designs from the United States.
SOP newswireHyderabad, India - Terrorist Attacks - We condemn the attacks that occurred in Hyderabad yesterday, August 25. Our hearts and prayers are with the people of India.
SOP newswireThe Iraqi police walk through Rahhiliyah - The Iraqi police walk through Rahhiliyah, AK-47 assault rifles held at the ready as they conduct a patrol through the streets. A four-way intersection stands in their
SOP newswireChina to improve low-rent housing system - Chinese Vice Premier Zeng Peiyan has urged local governments to further improve the low-rent housing system to cover more low-income urban families.
SOP newswireIn the U.K., Corrupt civil servant convicted - Corrupt civil servant Charles Myton has today been found guilty of seven counts of forgery, after knowingly countersigning seven fraudulent passport applications.
SOP newswireUnderwater mountain range in Arctic - part of Russian territory - Scientists say that tests prove that the Lomonosov mountain range is a structural continuation of the Siberian continental platform and it is not isolated from the Russian plateau.
SOP newswireChina's Toy Exports Face Closer Scrutiny - Inspection and quarantine authorities in south China's Guangdong Province have bolstered efforts to further scrutinize the quality of toys exported overseas.
SOP newswireWTO Rules US Dual Probe, Violated - A senior Chinese trade official said on Thursday that the recent anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations launched by the United States against Chinese goods violate rules of the World
SOP newswireSudanese military a No-Show for re-deployment in Sudan - Sudan"s armed forces missed a deadline last month to re-deploy out of the south of the country, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says in his latest report charting the progress being made on implementing the
SOP newswireRussia urges the Czech Republic to Say No To U.S. - Russia urges the Czech Republic to abstain from taking a decision on the placement of U.S. missile defence elements till October-November next year. Czechia’s consent to place U.S. missile defence system
SOP newswirePress Conference by Group of Russian Experts on Investigation of Air Incident - Vyacheslav Kovalenko: Hello. I welcome you to the Russian Federation Embassy. Today we’re holding a press conference on the results of the work of a Russian expert group that stayed here for two days in connection
SOP newswireTaiwan a Secret Island? Or territory of U.S.! - TAIPEI, Taiwan " When discussing Taiwan's international position, we are frequently told that after World War II there was a peace treaty
SOP newswireUN group launched to curb biological weapons threat - The United Nations inaugurated a new unit today to further bolster its efforts to reduce the threat to the international community posed by
SOP newswirePlane Combusts After Landing in Taiwan - A China Airlines passenger plane departing from Taiwan was almost completely destroyed by fire on Monday morning after arriving at the Naha airport in Southern Japan's Okinawa Prefecture,
SOP newswireNepal, senior UN official voices optimism on political process - The United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs in Kathmandu today voiced optimism about Nepal's upcoming elections and pledged the
SOP newswireHu's Tour to Central Asia, Russia Fruitful: FM - During the five-day tour, which started on Aug. 14, Hu paid state visit to Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, participated in a Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) summit in Bishkek and observed an anti-terror drill in Russia.
SOP newswireChina-EU Association Staff Jailed for Role in Officials' Trip Scandal - The court in Luyang district of Hefei, capital of Anhui Province, ruled Friday that Zhang, a worker with the Guangzhou office of the said association, was guilty of bribing officials on several occasions
SOP newswire181 Still Trapped in Flooded Coal Mines - A total of 172 were still trapped in a flooded coal mine in east China's Shandong Province although a levee breach that was blamed for the flooding was closed up early Sunday morning.
SOP newswireTaiwan's UN bid - Minister Shieh Jhy-wey, a 30-second 3D commercial and four different types of shirts with this year's theme printed on them were revealed. It is hoped that through this kind of creative ad and via effective media, Taiwan's appeal
SOP newswireChina to inspect bridges nationwide - Li Shenglin, minister of communications Friday demanded a nationwide inspection of bridges and tunnels following a bridge collapse in central China's Hunan Province that
SOP newswirePeace Mission 2007 exercise starts in Tchebarkul - The Peace Mission 2007 antiterrorist joint exercise of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) started in Tchebarkul, Volga-Urals Military District.
SOP newswirePassenger Plane Hijacked in Turkey - A passenger plane belonging to Atlas airline flying from Lefkose (Nicosia) (Cyprus) to Istanbul with over 140 passengers was hijacked shortly after take-off.
SOP newswireDeadly Chemical Weapons in Albania - Washington – Five years ago, Albanian defense officials discovered a cache of lethal chemical weapons left over from the Cold War era. Turning to the United States for technical and financial assistance, the Albanian
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