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A burst of fighting in Iraq, as the shaky ceasefire in Syria begins, and Indian Communist guerrillas lose a senior officer.....

 




 

SOUTHWEST ASIA

Iraq

* Fighting rages north and northwest of Baghdad, with dozens of ISIL terrorists reported killed in the fighting, even as ISIL continues to implode, reportedly executing eight Dutch jihadis following a series of internecine assassinations and firefights between the c.75-man Dutch unit and their Iraqi jihadi "hosts" near Raqqa, as well as some fifteen more near the northeastern city of Kirkuk.....Well done, there.

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Syria

* As the shaky ceasefire in Syria continues, an estimated 250 Islamist militants in the south of the country surrendered to Syrian Government forces.

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* Meanwhile, the al-Nusra Front continued sporadic attacks in and around the northern city of Aleppo, as Russian-backed government forces slowly tighten their noose around the terrorists.

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INDIAN SUBCONTINENT

Afghanistan

* Afghan government forces have reportedly killed at least 70 Taliban militants in three days of heavy fighting, capturing a Taliban bastion in northern Faryab Province, close to the border with Turkmenistan.

The Taliban have yet to comment.

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India

Action across India's "Red Corridor" has killed at least eight Maoist guerrillas by Indian security forces in southern Chhattisgarh State, with a large amount of weapons and equipment were seized...

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* ...As, acting on a tip, police in Giridih, Jharkhand arrested Chandamuni Hansda, reported to be a very senior Naxalite cadre officer and one of the founding members of the Maoist women's wing in Jharkhand's Santhal-Pargana Division.

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