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Iraqi forces take control of central Fallujah from IS

Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said that his forces were in control of the city except for a few small pockets of jihadists.

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Airstrikes in Syria’s Idlib claims 21 lives, including 5 children

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said it was not clear who carried out the raids in Syria’s Idlib.

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Syria: Suicide car bomb in Damascus suburb kills at least eight

Syrian state media flashed the news that at least eight people were killed and scores wounded in twin suicide and car bomb blasts on Saturday in a Damascus suburb.

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June 11, 1976, Forty Years Ago: Swaran Singh Panel

Prime Minister Indira Gandhi told the Soviet Union that nonaligned India “will be with you in the quest for peace”.

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Syria: Wait for food aid finally ends after years of siege at Daraya

The town faced government blockade after rebels led an uprising against President Bashar Al-Assad in 2012

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US slams Russia for inaction on humanitarian aid delivery to civilians in Syria

Toner said the Assad government had prevented “full access to the delivery of humanitarian assistance” and had removed medicine and food items from some of the convoys that had been allowed.

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US-backed rebel troops set to launch assault on IS-held Manbij within days: Report

The town of Manbij, held by IS, holds strategic importance for the militant group as it serves as the route between Raqa and Turkish border

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Thousands of civilians flee Islamic State Syria stronghold with aid from US-backed fighters

Syrian Democratic Fighters aim to take ove the town of Manbij which is one of the main route used by IS to send arms and money

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Focussing on land delivery of aid to war-weary Syrians: UN

The UN had requested access to 34 locations to help 1.1 million people in June and Syria approved 23 requests in full and six partially, while rejecting five.

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June 6, 1976, Forty Years Ago: War Continues

The Government of India described the upcoming visit of Prime Minister Indira Gandhi to Soviet Union as “a further step in the consolidation of relations in accordance with the aspirations of the two peoples.”

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In hunt for spies, Islamic State kills dozens of its own in Syria

With the death of the Islamic state’s senior commander Abu Hayjaa al-Tunsi in Syria, the IS are hunting and killing many of their own in order to catch the spies who were involved in the killing.

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Syria: UN pleads government to end siege and allow airlift aid to war-torn civilians

More than 600,000 civilians are trapped in various parts of Syria, as per the United Nations

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US-backed Syrian force on mission to take Manbij from Islamic State

Thousands of US-backed fighters opened a major new front in Syria’s war, launching an offensive to drive Islamic State out of a swathe of northern Syria it uses as a logistics base.

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Migrant crisis: Amid concern, Jordan puts new refugees arrived from Syria behind fences

The Azraq Refugee Camp in Jordan has isolated Syrian refugees, keeping them in strict conditions to prevent infiltration by Islamic State extremists.

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Photo of Japanese journalist taken hostage in Syria appears with message pleading for help

The photograph, apparently uploaded to the Internet late on Sunday, showed a bearded man dressed in orange holding a hand-written sign in Japanese.

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