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"We all know what a settlement can look like. We just need the political will to do so."
Iraqi helicopters reportedly flew 22 sorties to carry out the air strikes that eliminated 93 ISIS fighters.
Iraq's Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi added, "Terrorism and Da'esh are the enemies of the Muslims first."
The Kissinger betrayal of the Kurds came against the background of the 1974 Second Iraqi–Kurdish War, between the Kurds and the Arab government of Iraq.
Two separate air strikes were carried out within the past 30 days, each allegedly causing al-Baghdadi's injuries.
According to the president, the new measures would 'keep radical Islamic terrorists out of the United States of America.' He added: 'We don’t want them here.'
Nuriel does not expect that increasingly brutal Islamic attacks on European civilians will necessarily generate more sympathy for Israel.
A top Iranian military commander is traveling through the Middle East in violation of UN sanctions.
A US official confirms the ISIS terrorist behind the Charlie Hebdo, Hyper Cacher attacks, is dead.
According to the UN, Iraqi health facilities have treated more than 1,000 cases of suffocation in the area south of Mosul.
Iraq has a homegrown industry satisfying the market's need for beer and Arak.
ISIS terrorists echoed the Nazis when faced with defeat in Mosul, murdering their human shields and bulldozing the bodies into a mass grave.
An Arab-Israeli couple has been indicted on accusations of visiting an enemy country and joining ISIS.
With US air power, Iraqi forces are still keeping their distance from Mosul itself and are expected to lay siege before directly engaging the jihadists.
The most devastating point was made by Secretary Clinton when she said the Obama Administration had no choice but to pull out of Iraq.
New Zealand PM John Key chaired the UN Security Council session in his final month of a 2-year rotation as president.
Russia and the United States have agreed to work together to impose a cease-fire in Syria, again. Almost no one believes it will last: even their own allies.
ISIS No. 2 and international spokesperson Mohammed al-Adnani is reported dead in Aleppo. He is the third top terrorist to die in recent months.
Iran, a member of OPEC, is not as worried about the plummeting price of crude oil as its regional neighbors -- it has other sources of income.