World Bulletin / News Desk
Tuz Khurmatu police told AA correspondent that the attackers wearing police uniforms targeted Sahva forces and 9 of them were killed at the attack. A commander was among the victims.
On February 2, a suicide bomber targeted Sahva forces 20 kilometers away from capital Baghdad and 19 of them were killed, 40 wounded.
Sahva Forces were established by Sunni Arab tribes in Al-Anbar, Salahaddin, Babel, Mosul, Diyala and Baghdad in order to fight el-Qaida in 2006.
Government says it will not be strong-armed into signing cease-fire deal
Georgian citizens will be able to travel to EU's Schengen zone for 90 days on biometric passports
New Movement for the Future to all represent minorities, party leader says
Conservative presidential candidate says France is marred by 'quasi-civil war' atmosphere during campaign
Movement for Rights and Freedoms' decision to select Attack party candidates criticized
The Geneva-based body was holding its first meeting with Washington's seat occupied by an envoy from President Donald Trump's government.
The blaze began early in the morning, sending thick plumes of smoke billowing over the Somali capital as flames devoured market stalls whose hodge-podge placement made it difficult for firefighters to contain the inferno.
Such rescue operations "should be reevaluated", Fabrice Leggeri told Germany's Die Welt daily, also accusing the groups of not effectively cooperating with security agencies against human traffickers.
Report comes amid expectations of state-level report rumored to be critical of PM’s handling of 2014 Gaza War
Iraqi forces are fighting to drive ISIL militants from western Mosul
State Councillor Yang Jiechi will meet senior American officials on Monday and Tuesday to discuss "bilateral ties and issues of common concern", the foreign ministry announced late Sunday.
Jasek was reportedly making a film about the persecution of local Christians in Sudan when he was arrested
"A projectile fired from the Gaza Strip hit an open area...in southern Israel," a military statement said.
A ministry official said Foreign Secretary S.Jaishankar would travel to Washington on Tuesday for a "wide-ranging bilateral discussion", without giving further details.
UNHCR said refugees have reported walking for five to seven days to reach Sudan's border state like White Nile, and that 90 percent of the new arrivals there are women and children.