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Militants kidnap kids to stage chemical weapons attack in Syria’s Idlib: Russia
Russia’s Defense Ministry says the foreign-backed Takfiri militants have abducted children from Syria’s Aleppo to use them in a staged chemical weapons attack in Idlib to be blamed on the Syrian government.
Many feared killed as Boko Haram militants raid town in northeast Nigeria
Many people are feared dead after militants dressed in military uniforms carried out an attack on a town in the northeast Nigerian state of Borno, residents and a vigilante say.
Russia says its strikes have killed 86,000 militants in Syria
Russia’s Defense Ministry says its air force has killed more than 86,000 militants in Syria since Moscow began its operations in the war-torn country in September 2015.
Turkish armed forces, jets kill 47 Kurdish PKK militants in one week
Turkish ground forces and military aircraft have killed roughly four dozen members of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group when they carried out a string of counter-terrorism operations in the country’s southeastern provinces near the border with Iraq's northern semi-autonomous Kurdistan region in the past week.
Taliban militants attempt to seize Afghanistan's Ghazni
The Taliban militants have attacked the police headquarters and other government buildings in Ghazni amid their threats to seize control of the eastern Afghan city.
Jordan recovers bodies of 3 militants after raid
The bodies of three suspected militants have been recovered from under rubble at their hideout following a shoot-out in which at least four Jordanian security personnel were killed.
Militants hand over medium, heavy weapons in southwestern Syria
Foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants have handed over a considerable amount of their medium and heavy munitions to government forces in Syria’s strategic southwestern province of Quneitra as army troops continue to make territorial gains and inflict stinging blows on the extremists.
Turkish journalist acquitted over exposing Ankara’s arms aid to Syria militants
A court in Turkey has acquitted a journalist of the center-left and opposition daily newspaper Cumhuriyet, who was being tried for espionage in a case about revealing state secrets by publishing footage of a video showing weapons shipment to pockets of Syria held by foreign-backed terrorists.
Syria militants begin leaving Dara'a under surrender deal
In Syria, militants and their relatives have begun leaving the southern city of Dara'a, in the wake of a surrender deal with the government to evacuate the region.
Turkish troops, jets kill 25 Kurdish PKK militants in one week
Turkish ground forces and military aircraft have killed more than two dozen members of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group when they carried out a string of counter-terrorism operations in the country’s southeastern province near the border with Iraq's northern semi-autonomous Kurdistan region in the past week.
Displaced Syrians returning home in Dara'a after ceasefire deal between govt., militants
Thousands of displaced Syrians are returning home after the government reached a ceasefire deal with militants in the southwestern province of Dara'a.
Foreign-backed Syria militants resume peace talks with Russia
Foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants have re-launched peace negotiations with the Russian military in a bid to reach a ceasefire in southwestern Syria as government troops and allied fighters from popular defense groups are making territorial gains there.
2 govt. troopers, 6 militants killed in fierce clashes in northwestern Pakistan
At least six militants and two government troopers have been killed in an intense gunfight in a northwestern Pakistani tribal district bordering Afghanistan, military and local security officials said.
At least eight Kenyan police killed by Shabab militants
Eight Kenyan police officials have been killed when their vehicle hit an improvised explosive device planted by Somalia's al-Shabab militant group, police say.
Saudi-backed militants plan siege of Hudaydah despite intl. warnings
Saudi-backed militants in Yemen are reportedly preparing to lay a siege to Hudaydah despite UN warnings against any attempt to seize the key Red Sea port, which serves as the main conduit for humanitarian aid flow into the war-torn country.

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