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    Turkey, Iran vow to work closer on Syria after US announcement

    Turkey, despite its differences with Iran and Russia over Syria, has worked closely with both countries to find a political solution to the war through the Astana process launched last year.

    West Asia
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    Iran strikes Ahvaz attack ringleaders near Euphrates

    "The missile attacks were followed by bombardment ... signalling Iranian military capabilities in the region," Pan Arab sattelite channel Al-Jazeera reported.

    West Asia
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    Rouhani slams US 'economic terrorism' in clash with Trump

    "We were engaged in the fight against Daesh, a distorted representation of Islam, before their attacks in Paris, London and Brussels. World will not have a better friend than Iran, if peace is what it seeks.”

    World
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    Why Is Basra Burning and who Is Behind the Unrest

    The deadly unrest, led mostly by masked men, has left Iraq facing its latest political and security crisis as the country struggles to regain its feet after the war with Daesh.

    West Asia
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    Tehran summit ends with call for Idlib rebels to lay down arms

    Leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran on Friday discussed a step-by-step "stabilisation" in Syria's Idlib, with a possibility of peace with some rebel groups, Russian President Vladimir Putin said after the talks.

    West Asia
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    UN: 10,000 'terrorists' in Syrian region of Idlib must be defeated

    United Nations Special Envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura said on Thursday that the UN estimates that around 10,000 "terrorists" remain in northern Idlib province and need to be defeated.

    West Asia
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    Suicide Blast At Kabul School Kills 56

    At least 56 people, mostly young students, were killed in a suicide bomb attack on a coaching centre in the west of the Afghan capital, Kabul, according to the health ministry.

    Central Asia
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    Iran, Russia and Turkey keen to avoid battle in Syria's Idlib: UN

    A UN official says Iran, Russia and Turkey have assured that they would do their utmost to avoid a battle for the recapture of Idlib in northwestern Syria, which is being held by foreign-back.

    West Asia
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    Saudi-UAE coalition 'cut deals' with al-Qaeda in Yemen :Report

    For more than two years, a Saudi-led alliance-backed by US logistical and weapons support - claimed it crushed al-Qaeda's ability to carry out attacks from Yemen.

    West Asia
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    Someone Finally Traced Al-Qaeda Weapons in Syria Back to Their Original Sellers

    Finally, a journalist for a mainstream UK media outlet is methodically tracking weapons shipment serial numbers and English-language paperwork recovered from al-Qaeda.

    West Asia
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    Nearly 250 dead in Daesh attacks on south Syria

    The death toll in coordinated Daesh group suicide bombings and shootings in southern Syria rose to nearly 250 overnight, more than half of them civilians, a monitor said Thursday.

    West Asia
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    White Helmets evacuation to Israel shows their ‘true nature’: Syria

    The Syrian government has denounced the evacuation of hundreds of members of a Western-backed “aid group” to an Israeli military camp, saying what Tel Aviv did further reveal the truth.

    West Asia
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    Syrian Rebel Commanders Flee to Israel: Report

    Four top militant commanders have fled southern Syria to Israel after hundreds of Western-backed "White Helmets" did the same in the face of the Syrian army's imminent recapture of.

    West Asia
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    White Helmets evacuated from Syria to Israel: Report

    Members of a Western-backed "aid group" accused of working with Takfiri militants and staging false flag gas attacks in Syria have reportedly been evacuated to an Israeli.

    West Asia
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    Suicide Blast Kills 128 at Pakistan Election Rally

    The blast -- which was claimed by the ISIS -- ripped through the crowd in the town of Mastung near the Balochistan provincial capital Quetta, and was the deadliest in Pakistan in more than a year.

    South Asia
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    Syria Retakes Birthplace of Country's 2011 Revolt

    The surrender of Dara'a by the rebels to the Syrian army marks the begining of the end of nine year old war that has devastated the frontline Arab state.

    West Asia
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    ‘Spy heads of Iran, Russia, China, Pakistan discuss Daesh’

    Moscow says the heads of intelligence services of Russia, Iran, China and Pakistan have sat down in Islamabad for talks on the rising threat of Daesh in Afghanistan after the Takfiri terrorist.

    West Asia
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    Iraq executes 12 death row IS terrorists in response to killings

    Iraq executed a dozen death row terrorists on the order of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, his office said on Friday, in retaliation for the Islamic State group's (IS) murder of eight captives.

    West Asia
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    'Erasing terrorist ideology': Iraqis fill the Mosul airwaves after IS radio silence

    During the Islamic State group's rule in Mosul, radio stations were banned and replaced with broadcasts of extremist propaganda. Today, young Iraqis are filling the city's airwaves.

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    US arrests Israeli national who coached IS attackers online

    US officials said Wednesday that a native Israeli woman living in Wisconsin coached potential Islamic State attackers on how to cook up ricin and kept a library of books on making bombs

    West Asia
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    Kabul declares ceasefire with Taliban for Eid

    The ceasefire will last “from the 27th of Ramazan until the fifth day of Eidul Fitr,” Afghan President Ashraf Ghani tweeted from an official account, indicating it could run from June 12-19.

    Central Asia
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    150 Daeshis transferred to Baghdad to be executed

    More than a hundred members of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group captured during the liberation of the strategic northern Iraqi city of Mosul have been moved to Baghdad to face execution.

    West Asia
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    U.S. Threatens War If Syria Attacks Rebels Near Israel Border

    The warning came two days after a monitoring group reported that the Syrian army was moving into Dara'a after liberating all remaining terrorist-held areas near the capital, Damascus.

    West Asia
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    Syria police deploy in south Damascus after Daesh defeat

    The government on Monday liberated the Yarmuk Palestinian camp and adjacent neighborhoods of Tadamun and Hajjar Al-Aswad, putting Damascus fully under its control for the first time since 2012.

    West Asia

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