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(Iraq) An Iraqi Russian-made fighter jet accidentally dropped a bomb over a Baghdad neighborhood on Monday, killing at least 12 people on the ground, Iraqi officials said.
10 members of the Iraqi security forces died on the weekend in five suicide attacks against their positions near a dam in western Al Anbar province, where about 20 jihadists were also killed.
The operation to recapture Falluja continues at a heavy cost to the Iraqi army and the Shia Militia. Islamic State fighters deployed at least two suicide car bombs to break their advance, killing 21 members of the Hashd Shaabi and army force, but failed to stop them capturing a bridge at al-Sheeha, north of the city.
(Nigeria) Two bombs blamed on the Islamic extremist group Boko Haram exploded at a crowded mosque and a posh Muslim restaurant in Nigeria's central city of Jos, killing 51 people, officials said Monday.
The death toll from a Boko Haram attack in the northeastern Nigerian village of Kukawa -- one of many staged by the Islamist group in the past week -- has risen from 113 to 118, a lawmaker said Sunday.
Boko Haram thugs have attacked Mussa, a remote community in the Askira/Uba local government, area killing nine civilians. Three terrorists also lost their lives in the fierce battle for control of the town.
(Syria) ISIS, getting fed up with the Kurds recapturing all the land they had stolen, decided to fight back by recapturing the town of Ain Issa, 30 miles north of the ISIS capital of Raqqa. That was until the US Air Force decided to give the Kurds a helping hand, and killed 37 ISIS jihadists and injured many more.
Meanwhile in Raqqa, ISIS murdered 2 men in cold blood after they were accused of smuggling the news of life in Raqqa out.
In another example of their infantile nature, ISIS today executed a man accused of sorcery by connecting him up to a mobile generator and electrocuting him.
ISIS sent in a a 14-year-child to drive a truck filled with explosives in which to murder 50 Kurds at a checkpoint in Hasakah.
(Mali) French special forces have killed Mohamed Ali Ag Wadossene, an Islamic extremist in northern Mali who had been released last year in exchange for the freedom of a French hostage. Ag Wadossene, a member of al-Qaida's North Africa branch, was among those who kidnapped Philippe Verdon and Serge Lazarevic from their hotel in northeastern Mali in November 2011. The al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb member was later captured, and then released, in December 2014 for the freedom of French hostage Lazarevic.
(Afghanistan) Nine soldiers and 41 militants have been killed in military operations in past 24 hours. Four policemen were killed and two others wounded after Taliban attacked a number of security check posts in Khushamand District of Paktika province late on Sunday. Five Army soldiers have been killed in IED explosions and militant fire. 41 Terrorists were killed and 16 others wounded during military operations in Takhar, Kunduz, Faryab, Sar-e-Pul, Baghlan, Paktiya Kandahar, Oruzgan, Helmand and Zabul province.
(Pakistan) Four people, including a policeman, were killed and two others injured in two separate incidents where armed assailants opened fire in Quetta city. In the first incident, gunmen shot dead two brothers and a policeman at a passport office here, officials said. The brothers, who belonged to the Hazara (Shia) ethnic group and easily recognised by their Central Asian features, were entering the city’s passport office along with their parents when the waiting gunmen opened fire. In a separate attack in Jinnah Town of Quetta, a manager of a non-governmental organisation (NGO) was shot dead by unidentified gunmen. The 45-year-old victim was working for women’s empowerment and poverty alleviation through his NGO in the city.
Ramadan death toll is now at 4,192.