Iraqi force says US strike killed fighters in east Syria

Iraqi force says US strike killed fighters in east SyriaAn Iraqi paramilitary force key to the battle against the Islamic State group on Monday accused the US-led coalition of killing more than 20 of its fighters in an air raid in eastern Syria. The bombing raid hit Al-Hari, a town controlled by regional militias fighting in Syria’s complex seven-year war alongside President Bashar al-Assad’s forces. Both Syrian authorities and Iraqi forces pointed the finger at the US-led coalition, which denied it was involved in Sunday night’s attack.


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Strike on east Syria killed 38 pro-regime fighters: monitor

Strike on east Syria killed 38 pro-regime fighters: monitorNearly 40 foreign fighters allied to Syria’s regime were killed in an overnight bombing raid near the country’s eastern border with Iraq, a monitor said on Monday. The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the strike was one of the deadliest on forces allied with Syria’s government. “Thirty-eight non-Syrian fighters from regime loyalist militias were killed in the night-time raid on Al-Hari, on the Syrian-Iraqi border,” said Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman.


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'Destiny 2: Forsaken' Will Have A PS4-Exclusive Strike And Exotic, But Will Unlock Old Content

  1. ‘Destiny 2: Forsaken’ Will Have A PS4-Exclusive Strike And Exotic, But Will Unlock Old Content  Forbes
  2. Destiny 2 Year 1 PS4 Exclusives Will Unlock for PC, Xbox After Forsaken Launch  Game Rant
  3. Bungie says Destiny 2 expansion Forsaken really does kill Cayde for good  Eurogamer.net
  4. Destiny 2: Forsaken is making Bungie uncomfortable – and getting us excited  The Sun
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'Disturbing' video shows Border Patrol strike tribe member with SUV, drive away

  1. ‘Disturbing’ video shows Border Patrol strike tribe member with SUV, drive away  Washington Post
  2. Video Showing Border Patrol Vehicle Hitting Native American Man Sparks Investigation  Slate Magazine
  3. Border Patrol vehicle strikes Native American, drives away: report  NOLA.com
  4. Border Patrol searches increase on Upstate NY buses; passengers end up in detention  Syracuse.com
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Pakistani Taliban leader killed in air strike in Afghanistan near border

Pakistani Taliban leader killed in air strike in Afghanistan near borderBy Rupam Jain and Jibran Ahmad KABUL/PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) – Pakistani Taliban leader Mullah Fazlullah has been killed in a U.S.-Afghan air strike in Afghanistan, a senior Afghan Defence Ministry official said on Friday, a killing likely to ease tension between the United States and Pakistan. An official at the NATO-led Resolute Support mission in Afghanistan confirmed Fazlullah was killed on Thursday. The U.S. military said earlier in Washington it had carried out a strike aimed at a senior militant figure in the eastern Afghan province of Kunar, which is on the Pakistani border, and one U.S. official said the target was believed to have been Fazlullah.


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Pakistan Taliban leader Mullah Fazlullah killed in US strike, official says

  1. Pakistan Taliban leader Mullah Fazlullah killed in US strike, official says  CBS News
  2. Leader of the Pakistani Taliban Killed by US Drone Strike, Say Afghan Officials  Daily Beast
  3. US Drone Strike Kills Leader of Pakistani Taliban, Pakistan Says  New York Times
  4. For Eid al-Fitr, the Taliban Agrees to Its First Formal Ceasefire Since 2001  The New Yorker
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Leader of the Pakistani Taliban Killed by US Drone Strike, Say Afghan Officials

  1. Leader of the Pakistani Taliban Killed by US Drone Strike, Say Afghan Officials  Daily Beast
  2. US Drone Strike Kills Leader of Pakistani Taliban, Pakistan Says  New York Times
  3. Unconfirmed reports: TTP chief Mullah Fazlullah killed in US drone strike  The Express Tribune
  4. For Eid al-Fitr, the Taliban Agrees to Its First Formal Ceasefire Since 2001  The New Yorker
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