Nato admits civilians killed in afghan airstrike, but denies that any killed in US strike in Afghanistan

19 Jun, 2020

Nato admits civilians killed in afghan airstrike, but denies that any killed in US strike in Afghanistan

Nato admits civilians killed in afghan airstrike, but denies that any killed in US strike in Afghanistan. Reuters 25/24 A Yemeni girl looks at a display of a health seal on a soldier after his rescue, coming from the hospital in the Yemeni capital Sanaa Getty 26/24 Iraqi families, who fled the violence in the northern city of Mosul, gather on the outskirts of their city AFP/Getty 27/24 Iraqi women hold pots as thnatyasastra.comey queue to receive food during the first day of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, at a refugee camp in the northern city of Tal Afar, west of Mosul, Iraq AP 28/24 Iranian President Hassan Rouhani speaks with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi at the Iranian Parliament in the capital Tehran. IRENA, the Iranian government’s foreign policy arm, said it was reviewing ties with the US over the crisis Getty 29/24 Iran and the Muslim world have reacted fearfully to the news that a US ship has carried out an airstrike in Allahabad, Iran, that killed some of the Isis militants who had been detained under sanctions from the US AP 30/24 Isis militants have released videos which appear to show the beheading of Japanese hostages Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto. There have been multiple reports of Iranian troops assaulting Iraqi targets 바카라사이트after the seemingly coordinated attacks on Japanese targets. The attacks have been blamed by Iranian government and military officials on gulf states that are allied with the US AP 31/24 Pakistan has invited Saudi Arabia to become a partner우리카지노 in the Beijing funded Belt and Road scheme that will improve and expand Pakistan’s infrastructure. The invite comes at the end of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s two day trip to the Middle Eastern country, where he met with Saudi King Salman EPA 32/24 Pakistan has invited the U.S. to become a partner in the Beijing funded Belt and Road scheme that will improve and expand Pakistan’s infrastructure. The invite comes at the end of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s two day trip to the Middle Eastern country, where he met with Saudi King Salman EPA 33/24 Pakistan has invited the U.S. to become a partner in the Beijing funded Belt and Road scheme that will improve and expand Pakistan’s infrastructure. The invite comes at the end of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s two day trip to the Middle Eastern country, where he met with Saudi King Salman EPA 34/24 There is a special committee of heads of state that is supposed to be overseeing the media development of the countries where the Saudi-led coalition has been conducting air strikes in war-affected areas, including Iraq EPA 35/2

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