The number of people wounded in multiple bomb blasts in the Afghan city of Jalalabad has risen to 123, officials said on Tuesday, a day after 14 bombs exploded in public squares, markets and outside restaurants in the eastern city.
The Nato Resolute Support mission announced their deaths first, providing no details about what happened and saying that their names would be withheld for 24 hours until their families could be notified.
Yazidi women and girls who were enslaved and raped by Daesh militants have few choices. They may have been freed, but they can’t bring home the children they had with the extremists.
The rocket fire appears to have originated in Mosul and struck the Iraqi army base in Qayyara, about 60 kilometres (38 miles) south of Mosul.
Turkey aims to repatriate around 2,500 militants, the majority of whom will be sent to European Union nations, state broadcaster TRT Haber said, adding there were currently 813 militants at 12 deportation centres in the country.
Turkey has said it captured and detained several members of the family of the slain Daesh group leader, Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi, including one of his wives, his sister and a daughter.
It is a highly condemnable terrorist attack in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul on Friday, in which at least 27 people were killed. It was the first deadly attack after the United States
Some 45 suspects have been arrested since the Wednesday bombing in Medan on Sumatra island, while two bombmakers were shot dead during a raid, according to authorities.
A US-backed force and two Syrian activist groups say Daesh militants have carried out an attack in the city of Raqqa in northern Syria. The early on Wednesday attack targeted a post
President Donald Trump did not just commend the American forces who succeeded in capturing and killing Daesh leader Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi in northeastern Syria. He also showered praise on a dog that tracked down the head of Daesh.