Eleven-year-old Nouri refused to train to become a suicide bomber with the other boys at an ISIS-controlled camp in northern Iraq, and due to his insubordination, the terrorists broke his legs in three places. 321 more words
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The suffering that residents of the Syrian town of Madaya have experienced recently might be repeated on an exponential scale in one of Syria’s largest cities. 766 more words
(BAGHDAD) — In an address to the nation Tuesday night, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi congratulated the Iraqi people on the liberation of Ramadi and the opening of a road connecting the western city to the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. 651 more words
Russian and Syrian Armed Forces Reports: destroyed Daesh occupied oil facilities and tankers, killed hundreds of terrorists, disintegrated their artillery, mercenary-terrorists command centers ~ Populated areas restored
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Although the media headlines today are dominated by Russia, Saudi Arabia, speculation on China’s slowing demand growth, and the tight oil drillers in the lower-48 states, it really was only a matter of time before other OPEC members reached a breaking point. 756 more words
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Jack Harris and Larry Neville talk about Iraq, Kurdistan, the Refugee Crisis in Europe and what Praise Chapel is doing.