marți, 4 aprilie 2017


  • ISIS Leader Baghdadi Fled Iraq with the Help of Suicide Bombers
    The leader of the Islamic State group, also known as ISIS, may have fled the group's final embattled stronghold of Mosul in Iraq using a series of coordinated suicide bombings. Fuad Hussein, chief of staff to Kurdish President Masoud Barzani, said the influential ultraconservative Sunni Muslim cleric escaped Mosul about two months ago under the cover of multiple suicide car bombings, in an interview published Tuesday in The Independent. The Iraqi military, assisted by Kurdish forces, Iran-backed Shiite Muslim militias and U.S.-led coalition support have reportedly wrested more than half of the city from ISIS control. Read More

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