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Syrian state media said Takfiri militants fired poison gas at a government-held area of the Arab country’s northwestern city of Aleppo on Sunday.

At least 60 people have been killed in airstrikes by Saudi warplanes on a Red Sea port city in Yemen’s western province of Hudaydah.

Syrian army and militia forces eliminated 500 and injured 1,000 terrorists in Aleppo, after repulsing an offensive in the south-eastern Aleppo, local media reported Saturday, citing a source.

Rohingya Muslims say Myanmar soldiers raped or sexually assaulted dozens of Muslim women in a remote village in the northwest of the country during the biggest upsurge in violence against the persecuted minority in four years.

The Daesh (ISIL or ISIS) terrorist group slaughtered at least 232 people in and around Mosul this week as Iraqi troops advanced on the city, the UN rights office said Friday.

Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jafari has highlighted importance of Mosul operation against ISIL saying that the battle is defending the whole world against Daesh terrorist group.

A top adviser to the chairman of the Supreme Council of Libyan Tribes and Cities slammed the Saudi-led coalition for its continued attacks against civilians in Yemen, saying the Riyadh regime should be put on trial for committing war crimes in the Arabian Peninsula country.

Syrian forces have located and destroyed a tunnel in the old city center of Aleppo, killing over 15 terrorists, city militia told RIA Novosti.

Hazrat Ali Asghar was the youngest child of Imam Husain. He was born only a few weeks before Imam left Madinah. His mother’s name was Rubaab daughter of Imra’u’l Qais who was the chief of the tribe of Kinda.

A total of 1,003 Iraqis were killed and another 1,159 were injured in acts of terrorism, violence and armed conflict in Iraq, including Anbar, in September 2016*, according to casualty figures recorded by the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq (UNAMI).


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