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  • Obama Apologies to Doctors Without Borders for U.S. Airstrike on Afghan Hospital

    Obama Apologies to Doctors Without Borders for U.S. Airstrike on Afghan Hospital0

    President Barack Obama personally apologized to Doctors Without Borders for the bombing of organization’s field hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz. That happened in five days after October 3, when an American AC-130 gunship broke the building into pieces taking the lives of at least twelve doctors and a dozen patients.

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  • Islamic State’s Militants Blow Up Palmyra Arch

    Islamic State’s Militants Blow Up Palmyra Arch0

    The Islamic State militant group has blown up the 2,000-year-old Arch of Triumph in Syrian ancient city of Palmyra, reported Syria’s antiquities chief. In recent months, militants have completely destroyed two important ancient temples at the Roman-era UNESCO World Heritage site since IS seized the city earlier this year. The Arch were built in the

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  • Turkey Condemns Russia’s Involvement in Syria

    Turkey Condemns Russia’s Involvement in Syria0

    According to the recent speech made by Turkish President Erdogan, the actions of the Kremlin in civil war-ridden Syria are a “grave mistake”. Turkey considers Russia’s stance on the politics in the Middle East and the country’s military effort in Syria “unacceptable”. According to Erdogan, Russia’s bombing campaign causes grave concern and can only lead to

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  • Russian Army Forces Strikes Targets in Syria

    Russian Army Forces Strikes Targets in Syria0

    Russia has begun a military operation in Syria: twenty airstrikes have been launched by Russian aircraft targeting Islamic State, hitting eight Syrian cities. But the U.S. officials claim that it were not ISIS forces who got attacked. This dramatic escalation of the Syrian conflict became the biggest Middle East intervention since the Cold War. Moscow asserts

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  • Afghan Crisis: Taliban Retakes Kunduz

    Afghan Crisis: Taliban Retakes Kunduz0

    Heavy fighting in Afghanistan’s city of Kunduz is continuing after the U.S. government has launched an attack on Taliban major positions. According to the Afghan spy agency, the attackers even managed to kill the Taliban leader and his deputy. On Monday Taliban fighters seized the provincial capital of Kunduz—it became their first major victory since

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