ISIS terrorists made a new attempt to overrun the besieged eastern Syrian city of Deir Ezzor yesterday — but beleaguered government troops clung on.
Isis cut the city off from its lifeline airport to the southeast at the weekend, leaving its 200,000 inhabitants with the choice...
Thursday 19th Jan 2017
posted by James Tweedie in World
IRAQI special forces continued to advance into Isis-occupied Mosul yesterday, driving the terror group from the city’s huge university campus.
Residents of the newly liberated neighbourhood of Andalus told troops that Isis fighters had fled just an hour before soldiers approached...
Tuesday 17th Jan 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
Recapture spells setback for YPG guerillas
Wednesday 11th Jan 2017
MILLIONS of Syrians faced freezing conditions without heating or tap water yesterday as Isis stepped up its scorchedearth campaign.
The extremist group released a video of its zealots blowing up the Hayyan Gas Company plant near Palmyra in eastern Homs province — the...
Tuesday 10th Jan 2017
SYRIAN warplanes launched air strikes yesterday against opposition forces in the Barada valley, including al-Qaida affiliate the Levant Victory Front, that potentially threaten to impede clean water access for the capital Damascus.
The government’s elite 4th Mechanised Division...
Monday 9th Jan 2017
Tyrant attempts to patch up splintering country with anti-terror words
Thursday 5th Jan 2017
A FORMER soldier received a community order yesterday for breaking terror laws in his bid to join Kurdish forces fighting the Isis death cult.
Robert Clarke of Pembrey, Camarthenshire, was arrested at Heathrow airport as he boarded a plane bound for Jordan in September.
posted by Morning Star in Britain
Death cult claims responsibility for 39 deaths in New Year’s Eve gun rampage
Tuesday 3rd Jan 2017
DOZENS of Iraqi day labourers were slaughtered by an Isis suicide bomber posing as an employer in Baghdad’s Sadr City yesterday.
The attack at a fruit and vegetable market coincided with a state visit by French President Francois Hollande.
During a press conference with...
IRAQI troops and militia reportedly defeated an Isis counteroffensive west of Mosul yesterday, reimposing their siege of the city.
Isis extremists broke the encirclement near the town of Tal Afar, west of Iraq’s second city, late on Friday night, attacking under cover of dense...
Monday 5th Dec 2016