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Yazidi Girl Who Escaped ISIS Said She Was Raped Every Day

A Yazidi girl who escaped after she was captured by ISIS jihadists said she was raped every day and attempted to kill herself. The woman, who only identified herself as "Ekhlas," told The ...


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ISIS Struggles to Defend Its Capital in Syria

The Islamic State is struggling to mount an effective defense of the Syrian city of Raqqa, the terror group's headquarters, where local forces are making rapid headway in ousting the militants, the U.S. military said.   The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) say they have captured ...


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Taliban Attack Kills At Least 26 Afghan Soldiers

An Afghan official says 26 soldiers have been killed in a blistering Taliban assault on an Afghan National Security base in southern Kandahar province. Mohammad Radmanish, defense ministry's deputy spokesman, said Wednesday the Taliban assault overnight ...


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A Young Palestinian Vowed to Die a Martyr, Stabbs 3 Members of an Israeli Family to Death

Just a few hours before he walked to the Jewish settlement, before he climbed over the security fence and knocked politely on the front door of the Salomon family home, Omar al-Abed posted his last will and testament on his Facebook page. “All I have is a sharpened knife,” he wrote last we...


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Shocking Video Shows U.S. Soldiers Gunned Down at Jordan Military Base

Newly released video shows how three American soldiers were gunned down by a Jordanian soldier outside the al-Jafr air base in 2016. Jordan’s military has re...


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Hunter Commits Suicide After Animal Activists Cyberbullied Her

A popular Spanish hunter took her life after receiving threats on social media from animal rights activists, according to reports. Melania Capitan, 27, was found dead Wednesday from an apparent suicide at her apartment in Huesca, Spain, according to ...


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Charlie Gard's Parents Drop Legal Fight, Agree to Let Him Die

The parents of Charlie Gard, whose battle to get their critically ill baby experimental treatment stirred international sympathy and controversy, dropped their legal effort Monday, saying tearfully that it was time to let their son die.At an emotional court hearing, a lawyer for the baby'...


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Indian Girl, 10, Who Was Raped Pleads For Right to Abortion

A 10-year-old girl who says she was raped and impregnated by her uncle is trying to win permission from India's Supreme Court to abort the child, with the girl's parents claiming her body isn't developed enough to carry the baby. ...


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Charlie Gard Hospital Says Staff Have Received Death Threats Over Infant's Case

The London hospital treating terminally ill baby Charlie Gard said Saturday that its staffers have received death threats amid an ongoing court case to determine whether the boy should receive experimental treatment in the U.S. ...


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ISIS Broken, But Leader Slipped Away Due to New York Times Leak

ISIS in Iraq and Syria has been “dismantled,” with tens of thousands of its jihadist fighters dead, but a promising lead on its leader “went dead” after a media leak, according to a key U.S. military official. “We have absolutely dismantled his network,”...


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US Robotics Competition or Refugee Asylum Program?

As an international robotics competition in the U.S. capital was wrapping up, the chaperone of the Burundi team was confronting his worst nightmare: He couldn't find his kids. He looked in the college dorms where the six teens — ages 16 to 18 — had been staying. Their bags were packed and ...


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Canadian Hero Builds Park Stairs For 1/118 Government Cost

A Canadian man built steps for his community park, but the City of Toronto is angry that he went ahead and did so even though city officials were planning to set aside $65,000 to complete the project. Adi Astl, of Toronto, is a retired mechanic who decided to build the stairs at Tom Riley Park, i...


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Saudis Release Woman Arrested After Viral Miniskirt Video

Saudi Arabia announced on Wednesday that a woman who was detained after wearing a miniskirt in a video that went viral has been released without charge. The decision not to press charges was a rare win for supporters of women's rights in Saudi Arabia, who criticized the public outcry again...


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Trump Ends CIA Arms Support for Anti-Assad Syria Rebels

The Trump administration has decided to halt the CIA's covert program to equip and train certain rebel groups fighting the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, two U.S. officials said, a move sought by Assad ally Russia. The U.S. decision, sai...


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UK Regulator to Ban Adverts Depicting ‘Gender Stereotypical’ Roles

Britain’s Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) has announced it will crack down on “gender stereotypes” in the latest politically correct move by Britain’s political establishment.In a press release issued Tuesday, the regulator’s chief executive, Guy Parker, said:  “Portrayals which ...


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Kim Jong Un Sends North Korean Laborers to Russia to Earn Cash for Regime

Brutal North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is shipping tens of thousands of impoverished citizens to Russia for the hard currency his cash-strapped regime desperately needs, Fox News has found. Alarmed human rights groups say the North Korea workers in Ru...


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British Teens Linked to Spate of Acid Attacks in London Arrested

Two teenagers were arrested Friday in connection to five acid attacks conducted over a span of 90 minutes by men on mopeds in London. Several people were injured in the incidents. ...


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Kids at ISIS Car Bomb Factory Prevent U.S. Airstrike

The presence of children at a suspected car bomb factory for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, or ...


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Italians Say Government Committing 'Ethnic Replacement'

The majority of Italians want to see migrant arrivals stopped completely, and believe the ‘ius soli’ law being pushed by Italy’s globalist government is “ethnic replacement”, enacted to boost the proportion of left wing voters in the nation.The ruling Democratic Party (PD) say that passing th...


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UK Judge Gives Parents Two Days to Prove Son Should Be Kept Alive

A British judge told the parents of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard Monday that they had until Wednesday afternoon to submit what he called "new and powerful evidence" demonstrating that their son should be kept alive to receive experimental treatment. Judge Nicholas Fr...


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ISIS Uses Woman with Baby as Suicide Bomb in Mosul

CHILLING pictures are believed to show a female ISIS fighter clutching a baby moments before detonating her suicide vest. The shocking images were captured by an Iraqi TV station moments before the suspected suicide bomber killed herself and the baby in an attack targeting Iraqi troops in...


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Radicalized Muslim Murders Elderly Couple in Austria

A Tunisian man arrested in the murder of an elderly couple in Austria last week is deemed to have had an Islamist motivation, the country’s Interior Minister Wolfgang Sobotka said....


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Muslim Radio Station in UK 'Accidentally' Aired 25 Hours of Al Qaeda Calling for Holy War

A Muslim radio station broadcast lectures by an Al Qaeda terror leader calling for holy war.Iman FM transmitted 25 hours of sermons from Anwar Al-Awlaki, a hate preacher killed by a US drone strike in 2011. A complaint was made to Ofcom, which has suspended the Sheffield-based station...


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Mosul Victory Imminent

Iraq will announce imminently a final victory in the nearly nine-month offensive to retake Mosul, a US general said Saturday, as celebrations broke out among police forces in areas they control. The Islamic State group seized Mosul in a lightning offensive on June 10, 2014 before sweeping...


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Merkel Closes Out G-20 Summit Very Upset US is Leaving Climate Accord

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday spoke out against the Trump administration's intentions to ...


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Vatican outlaws gluten-free bread for Holy Communion

Bread used to celebrate the Eucharist during Roman Catholic masses must not be gluten-free - although it may be made from genetically modified organisms, the Vatican has ruled. In a letter to bishops, Cardinal Robert Sarah said the bread can be low-gluten. But he said there must b...


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Putin Says Trump Was Satisfied With His Election Meddling Denials

President Vladimir Putin said on Saturday he thought his U.S. counterpart Donald Trump had been satisfied with his assertions that Russia had not meddled in the U.S. presidential election. Speaking at the end of a G20 summit in Germany where the two leaders met face-to-face for the first ...


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Al-Shabab Beheads 9 Civilians in Attack on Kenyan Village

Al-Shabab extremists from neighboring Somalia beheaded nine civilians in an early-morning attack on a village in the southeast, Kenyan officials said Saturday, as concerns grew that the group had taken up a bloody new strategy. The attack occurred in Jima village in Lamu...


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Anti-G20 Activists in Extremely Violent Riot Overnight in Hamburg

Anti-globalization activists have rioted for a second night as Hamburg hosts the Group of 20 leaders, setting up street barricades, looting supermarkets and attacking police with slingshots and petrol bombs. Police say riots were extremely violent in th...


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Turkey Confiscates 50 Religious Properties From Christian Minority

Tensions are high among Turkey’s oldest indigenous community over fears that a recent land grab by the government could lead to its cultural extinction. Turkish authorities recently seized about 50 properties – monasteries, cemeteries and churches – tha...


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US to Conduct Flight Test of Ballistic Missile Defense System

Amid heightened tensions with North Korea, the U.S. will conduct a flight test of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD), an element of the nation’s ballistic missile defense system, Fox News has learned. The test, which will be conducted by the Missile Defense Agency (...


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Major IS Counterattack in Mosul Pushes Back Iraqi Forces

A major Islamic State group counterattack Friday along the northern edge of Mosul's Old City neighborhood has pushed Iraqi Army forces back some 75 meters (82 yards) and is threatening recent gains in other Old City fronts, an Iraqi military officer said. The officer said the attack was l...


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Polish President Calls 'FAKE NEWS' on Reports His Wife Snubbed Trump

Call it the snub that wasn’t. Social media lit up Thursday with a clip showing Poland’s first lady supposedly ignoring President Trump in favor of greeting U.S. first lady Melania when he went in for a handshake during his visit to Warsaw.   But...


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G-20 Protests: Hamburg Police Call for Reinforcements

Thousands of protesters set cars on fire and tried to block leaders' delegations from entering the grounds of the Group of 20 summit Friday in Hamburg, Germany, as authorities sent in police reinforcement from other cities on the second day of protests. Dozens of police ...


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Muslim Groups Boycott Starbucks for LGBT Support

Muslim groups in Malaysia and Indonesia have called for a boycott of Starbucks because of the coffee chain's support for LGBT rights. Malaysian group Perkasa, which supports a hard-line form of Islam and nationalism, this week called on its more than 500,000 members to stay away from Star...


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Trump Issues Sweeping Call to Defend Western Civilization

President Trump delivered a staunch defense of Western values during a rousing speech Thursday to thousands of Poles in Warsaw’s Krasinski Square, rallying allies against what he described as “dire threats” to civilization and vowing, “the West will never, ever be broken.”  On his second ...


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New Photo May Prove Amelia Earhart Was Captured by the Japanese

A photograph discovered in the U.S. National Archives may add weight to the theory that Amelia Earhart survived a landing in the Marshall Islands and was taken captive by the Japanese. ...


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Punk rock ISIS widow 'crying' and wants to go home

ISIS widow Sally Jones desperately wants to return home to the UK — but can’t because leaders of the terror group won’t let her go, according to a new report. After marrying her ISIS hubby Junaid Hussain, Jones became a top terror recruiter in Raqqa, Syria, and was implicated in two plots...


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North Korea Claims to Have Launched its First ICBM

North Korea claimed to have successfully tested its first intercontinental ballistic missile in a launch Tuesday, marking what the rogue regime called the “final step” in creating a “powerful nuclear state that can strike anywhere on Earth.” It will be difficult to confirm many of the det...


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Charlie Gard: Trump Says 'We Would Be Delighted' to Help

The plight of Charlie Gard – the brain-damaged British baby whose parents recently lost a legal battle to keep him on life support – has now tugged at heart strings as far away as the Oval Office. President Trump on Monday tweeted his willingness to lend a hand – and in doing so exposed t...


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SAS Hero Drowned ISIS Fighter in a Puddle

A Special Air Service (SAS)  soldier has drowned an ISIS fighter in...


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App Released to Help Avoid No-Go Zones in France

An app has been launched in Paris, France, which warns people if they are in a No-Go Zone and gives live alerts telling users if they are at risk of sexual assault. The designers of the app say it...


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Sarin Nerve Gas WAS Used in Assad's Horrific Attack on His Own People

A chemical weapons watchdog has confirmed Sarin gas was used in an attack which killed more than 90 people in a Syrian town. ...


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Czechs Writing Own Second Amendment to Combat Islamic Terror

The Czech lower chamber approved a bill on Wednesday to strengthen gun ownership not long after the Eastern European country strengthened its border security to repel an influx of Muslim migrants. Both actions are in defiance of the EU which is pressuring member-states to take in more mig...


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Is North Korea Kidnapping US Citizens in China?

The parents of an American college student who disappeared in China in 2004 said they are convinced their son was kidnapped by the North Korean regime to teach English and is alive inside the Hermit Kingdom -- citing a plethora of circumstantial evidence collected over the years indicating an abd...


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ISIS Terrorists Return To Europe, Complain About Job Rejections

More and more foreign Islamic State fighters are returning to European countries that want nothing to do with them. Swedish daily Expressen interviewed some of the 150 terrorists who have moved back to Sweden after fighting for ISIS. Many of them have changed their legal names to be able ...


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US Warns Assad Preparing Chemical Weapons Attack in Syria

  The White House has declared that it believes Bashar al-Assad's regime is preparing to carry out another chemical weapons attack, and warned that the Syrian leader and his military would pay a heavy price if it went ahead. ...


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Six Taken to Hospital in Newcastle After Car Crashes into Pedestrians

Six people have been injured after a car hit pedestrians outside a sports centre in Newcastle. The casualties include three children who have been taken to the Royal Victoria Infirmary. ...


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China, U.S. Agree on Aim of 'Complete, Irreversible' Korean Denuclearization

China and the United States agreed that efforts to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula should be "complete, verifiable and irreversible", Chinese state media said on Saturday, reporting the results of high level talks in Washington this week. ...


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Over 120 People Buried by Massive Southwest China Landslide

More than 120 people were buried by a landslide that caused huge rocks and a mass of earth to come crashing into their homes in a mountain village in southwestern China early Saturday, officials said. ...


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