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Iraq

Monitoring group: US coalition killed 744 civilians in Iraq, Syria in June

A UK-based monitoring group has announced that at least 744 civilians have been killed in US airstrikes in Iraq and…

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Yemen

HRW: UK profiting from Yemeni civilians suffering

Human Rights Watch (HRW) said the United Kingdom is profiting from the suffering of Yemeni civilians by selling arms to…

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Yemen

UK court ruling deadly blow to Yemeni civilians: Amnesty

Amnesty International says a recent UK court ruling that the British government is entitled to continue authorizing arms supplies to…

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Yemen

Yemen cholera outbreak exceeds 300,000 suspected cases: ICRC

The Red Cross says the number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen has now surpassed 300,000 amid fears of a…

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Articles

Revealed facts of 2017…Loss of the U.S.-Saudi alliance on land, sea and air…YEMEN

It is the battle of the mind, the arms, the solid will, the national dignity, the clear humanity, and the…

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Iraq

Daesh executes 200 Iraqis summary-style near Mosul

Daesh is reported to have killed as many as 200 Iraqi civilians in a summary execution spree as they attempted…

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Yemen

Fresh Saudi air raids against Yemen claim 15 civilian lives

More than a dozen civilians have been killed when Saudi military aircraft carried out separate airstrikes against various areas across…

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Iran

Iranians never forget US awarded medal to capt. who killed 290 civilians

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has stressed that Iran will never forget the US’s downing of the Iran Air…

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Asia

Taliban kill 13 in Afghanistan’s Balkh Province

Taliban militants in Afghanistan have killed more than a dozen people in Afghanistan’s northern Balkh Province. According to local government…

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Yemen

Two killed in southern Yemen in new US drone strike

An American drone has struck Yemen’s southern province of Abyan, killing two suspected al-Qaeda militants. The targeted people were traveling…

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