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IS Head in Afghanistan Abdul Hasib Reported Dead in a Raid

The blast killed at least 95 jihadists, according to the Afghan defence ministry, but North Atlantic Treaty Organisation officials have said they are still assessing the damage. The role of USA -led coalition forces in the latest phase of the offensive was not immediately clear. The Islamic leader, Abdul Haseeb Logari, was killed during the April 27 raid on a compound in Nangarhar, a province in eastern Afghanistan.


Two killed in Iran coal mine blast

Two killed in Iran coal mine blast

Earlier reports said that more than 50 workers were trapped in a two-km-long tunnel filled with gas. Press TV , the English-language arm of Iranian state television, said two workers had died. Iran is rich in many minerals, and annually consumes approximately 2.5 tons of coal. Iran extracted 1.68 million tons of coal in 2016, which the Reuters news agency said was an increase on previous years resulting from the easing of worldwide sanctions following a 2015 deal to curb Tehran's ...



South Korean leader Moon discuss North Korea with China's Xi - Blue House

Mr. Moon Jae-in upon his election as President of the Republic of Korea", he tweeted in English and Korean languages. "If needed, I will fly straight to Washington ". According to the report, Chinese state-run news outlet Global Times had stated last week that the army planned to deploy a Dongfeng-41 missile, which has a range of 8.700 miles, in response to the installation of a THAAD system in South Korea in mid-April.



Russian Federation probe will go on without Comey — Acting FBI director

The Washington Post reports he was so upset that Trump made him out to be the prime culprit in the decision to fire Comey that he threatened to resign! And although the official reason for Comey's canning was that Rosenstein couldn't abide by Comey's handling of the Clinton email probe , it's fairly obvious that Trump is acting out of frustration over Russian Federation.



ISIS leader in Afghanistan killed in raid

Dozens of Islamic State fighters were killed over the weekend by the Afghan air force making a string of gains in the same area where USA forces helped take out the region's ISIS boss, the government announced on Monday. A radio station airing propaganda in the favor of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terrorist group was destroyed during an operation in eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan, reported Khaama Press .