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Iran fires missiles into Syria targeting ISIS in revenge for Tehran attacks

Iran fires missiles into Syria targeting ISIS in revenge for Tehran attacks

Walla news corroborated Yaari's report, quoting unnamed "diplomatic sources " as saying that only one or two of the seven Iranian missiles hit their target. Most of the missiles missed their mark, and only one landed on its intended target despite claims by Iran's military that it struck an Islamic State command center and suicide auto bomb operation.


Iran Launches Missiles into Eastern Syria

Iran Launches Missiles into Eastern Syria

Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks. Iran has been aiding the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and is a key ally to the Syrian forces alongside Russian Federation and the Iranian-backed Hezbollah movement. " The Saudis and Americans are especially receivers of this message ", Gen. Ramazan Sharif of the Revolutionary Guard told Iranian state TV in an interview.


Iran's Revolutionary Guard says hit Syria for Tehran attacks

Iran's Revolutionary Guard says hit Syria for Tehran attacks

Central Command said Tuesday that Turki al-Binali was killed on May 31. The military said Binali was killed in Mayadeen, an IS-held Syrian town near the Iraqi border. Developed in the 1990s, the liquid-fueled Nodong is based on the famous Scud short-range ballistic missile. According to reports, a large number of Takfiri terrorists were killed and their facilities, systems and weapons were destroyed in Iran missile attacks.



Trump slams North Korea after US student's death

South Korea and Canada, along with the United States, has been fighting to regain the prisoners into their respective countries, but North Korea is still adamant in enforcing its own laws and punishments. Whether North Korea will actually respond to pressure or talks is unclear. He previously made a televised confession but there was speculation it was coerced.



Theresa May 'distraught' over fatal London tower blaze

Cundy added that it will take weeks or longer to recover and identify all the dead in the housing block that was devastated. The prime minister's response, characterized as stilted and lacking empathy, and her failure to meet with fire victims during an initial visit to the site amplified complaints on her leadership.


Hidden trove of suspected Nazi artifacts found in Argentina

Hidden trove of suspected Nazi artifacts found in Argentina

Numerous objects are suspected to have belonged to war criminals who escaped justice after the collapse of the Third Reich by fleeing to South America. A large bookshelf caught their attention and behind it agents found a hidden passageway to a room filled with Nazi imagery. "We are reaching out to worldwide experts to deepen", the investigation said head of Argentina's Federal Police.