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Coalition Strikes Continue Against ISIS Targets in Iraq, Syria

Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve and its partners continue to pursue the lasting defeat of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria in designated parts of Syria and Iraq, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.

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
SOP newswireTaliban's training secrets? - The Taliban has published its first military field manual detailing how to spring ambushes, run spies and conduct an insurgency against coalition forces in Afghanistan.
SOP newswireRussian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey V. Lavrov* Containing Russia: back to the future? - The mere posing of the question of containing Russia appeals to the instincts of the past and suggests not so much the lack of imagination as the fact that for some almost nothing has changed since the end of the Cold War. It implies
SOP newswireUgandans want justice for past atrocities - A new study by the United Nations human rights office shows that communities in northern Uganda blame both the Government and the rebel Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) for atrocities committed during a more than 20-year conflict
SOP newswireStopping Violence in Guatemala Aim of New International Body - Washington -- The global community is hailing the creation of a new international commission that will aid Guatemalan authorities in investigating and prosecuting
SOP newswire700 endangered and threatened mountain gorillas in the Democratic Republic of the Congo - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has reiterated its strong support for the remaining 700 endangered and threatened mountain gorillas in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Uganda, and Rwanda.
SOP newswireClifford Hobbs arrested in Spain - Clifford Hobbs, wanted in connection with allegations of robbery, firearms offences and escaping from lawful custody, was arrested yesterday on a European arrest warrant.
Subash LamichhaneNew Napali National Anthem - By the name of Saye Thunga Ful ka aautai mala Nepali, new anthem glorifies being Nepali and it is much devoted to the Motherland.
SOP newswireBan Ki-moon welcomes forthcoming inter-Korean summit - United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed the forthcoming summit meeting between the leaders of the two Koreas as way to advance progress already made in
Subash LamichhaneThe Living History - My great grandmother is the only person who is the living legend in our District. She is about 108 years old.
SOP newswireStrong Security Council consensus for UN to have expanded role in Iraq – top official - There is strong consensus within the Security Council on an expanded United Nations role in Iraq, the world organization’s top political officer said
SOP newswireU.K. Man jailed for firearms offences - John Reilly has been jailed for 19 years for drugs and firearms offences.
SOP newswireUN envoy speaks out against killing of Afghan deminers - The murder of three men working to rid Afghanistan of the scourge of landmines has sparked outrage from the top United Nations official in the country.
SOP newswireSome 500,000 Sudanese flood victims receive emergency aid from UN, partners - Up to half a million Sudanese flood victims have received emergency aid from United Nations agencies and their partners, including water purification products to avert the huge risk of epidemics, in the wake of four weeks
SOP newswireAfghanistan: UN agencies help in nationwide polio vaccination campaign - United Nations agencies are helping Afghanistan’s Health Ministry carry out a new nationwide polio vaccination this week, which aims eventually to protect over 7 million
Suren HosseinAlways for Mandela - In the Quran, we see a sentence that ordains humans to be same race and emphasizes that colors and languages cannot separate them.
SOP newswireAztec Leader's Tomb Found in Mexico City - MEXICO CITY - Mexican archaeologists using ground-penetrating radar have detected underground chambers they believe contain the remains of Emperor Ahuizotl,
SOP newswireFormer civil servant jailed in The U.K. - Valentina Costley, a former civil servant, has been jailed for two years and two months having pleaded guilty to falsely completing and countersigning 12 fraudulent passport applications.
SOP newswireLocust infestation in Yemen threatening and extremely serious, UN agency warns - The locust infestation in Yemen remains "threatening and extremely serious" as egg-laying, hatching and band formation of the crop-devouring insects continue, with young immature adults forming
SOP newswireUNICEF urges Somalia's battling rivals to ensure children's safety as death toll rises - The United Nations Children"s Fund (UNICEF) today voiced distress at the deadly impact of Somalia"s violent conflict on children in Mogadishu, the capital, and called on all parties to
SOP newswireSergey Lavrov Meets with Minister for Foreign Affairs of Singapore George Yeo - On August 1, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov, who is attending the annual session of the ASEAN Regional Forum on security, met in Manila with the Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Singapore, George Yeo.
SOP newswireUN sends in helicopters, food, medicines to aid Nepalese flood victims - With helicopters, food, water purification tablets, blankets and medical supplies United Nations agencies have rushed emergency aid to tens of thousands of Nepalese hit by floods and landslides
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