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Us forces kill hungarian student in iraq: local news

Us forces kill hungarian student in iraq: local news LONDON — An Iraqi student was killed and an Iraqi officer was injured after being shot while defending a minority group from a suspected Taliban attack Thursday in eastern Iraq, officials said. fundas huawei mate 10 lite The soldier and his partner, a Kurd who lived in the town of Karam, were shot after they had stopped a Taliban attack on the minority Al-Dhafrah village, the governor of Anbar province, Talal Silim, told The Associated Press. fundas samsung galaxy a3 fundas samsung galaxy s10 plus The attack happened about six hours after a suicide car bomb attack by a small cell of m우리카지노en claiming to belong to al Qaeda killed scores in the Shiite Sadrist militia, Silim said. fundas samsung galaxy note5 The attackers had attacked a school that was nearby. iphone 8 plus hoesjes An attack Thursday by Taliban fighters, a week after the U.S.-led invasion that toppled the Taliban rulers there, has intensified an already tense atmosphere in the mostly Sunni-dominated country that has seen sporadic violence in recent months between Shi’ite Iran and Sunni militants who blame the Sunni Muslims for backing Iran’s regional ambitions. fundas samsung galaxy s6 edge President Barack Obama declared the Islamic State group and other militant groups in Iraq and Syria a “threat” to U.S. fundas huawei y6 2017 fundas iphone 7 8 se2020 and Iraqi secur더킹카지노ity forces. fundas huawei p8 lite iphone hoesjes The attack occurred the day after the Sunni leaders of the Badr Organization delegation met in Najaf, the city of the Badr Organization’s local representative in Baghdad, to discuss the threat. fundas huawei y6 2018 fundas samsung galaxy s9 The alliance, led by the group’s former leader, Badr Badr, has pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group. In their meeting Friday, according to Badr Badr, the leaders agreed that the Iraq State Army’s military operations will continue until Iraqi security forces achieve an objective of restoring order to the cities of Najaf and Falluja, two important oil producers.


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