Iraqis say Russian missiles killed IS leader's son

Iraqis say Russian missiles killed IS leader's sonRussian forces killed the son of Islamic State group leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a missile attack on a Syrian cave in which he was hiding, Iraqi intelligence said Wednesday. IS’s propaganda outlet Amaq said Hudhayfah al-Badri was killed in an “operation against the Nussayriyyah and the Russians at the thermal power station in Homs”, in a statement published Tuesday alongside a photo of a young man holding an assault rifle. Iraq’s Falcon’s intelligence cell said Russian forces on Monday fired three missiles at a cave in Homs that held 30 “terrorist leaders” and several of Badri’s bodyguards.


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Saudi warns of military action if Qatar gets Russian missiles: report

  1. Saudi warns of military action if Qatar gets Russian missiles: report  Yahoo News
  2. Saudi Arabia Replaces Labor Minister, Creates Culture Ministry  Bloomberg
  3. Saudi king replaces labor minister, promotes culture, environment  Reuters
  4. Harassment is no longer just disrespectful in Saudi Arabia  Arab News
  5. Saudi prince impersonator cheats investors out of millions of dollars in Florida  The Australian Financial Review
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Ukraine tests anti-tank missiles bought from US

Ukraine tests anti-tank missiles bought from USUkraine on Tuesday carried out tests of the top of the range Javelin anti-tank missile it recently bought from the United States to boost its arsenal against Russian-backed rebels. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko posted video on Twitter showing a missile being fired and blowing up a target at a military testing ground. “Finally the day has come,” Poroshenko said after the test, which he claimed boosted Ukraine’s military capabilities as it fights a long-running conflict with Russian-backed separatists in its east.


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Do China's Missiles in the South China Sea Mean War?

Do China's Missiles in the South China Sea Mean War?Or has Beijing now cemented its claim?  Do China’s Missiles in the South China Sea Mean War? The South China Sea China has the potential to become a cauldron of conflict, and China is stoking the fire. By claiming perhaps as much as 90% of the South China Sea, Beijing is trampling on the rights of other nations in the region, nations whose Exclusion Economic Zones (EEZs) and national waters are being violated.


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