Category Archives: Terrorism

American troops wounded in new Iraqi rocket attack

Dozens of rockets slammed into an Iraqi base north of Baghdad Saturday wounding 3 American and 2 Iraqi troops.

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Turkey downs 2 Syrian warplanes as tensions soar, officials say

Syria’s official news agency said two of its warplanes were shot down by Turkish forces inside northwest Syria, amid a military escalation there that’s led to growing direct clashes between Turkish and Syrian forces.

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White House: Will Veto House Iran Bills

Tuesday the White House said that President Trump will veto two bills currently in the House that threaten to restrict the president’s ability to wage war with Iran, according to The Hill.

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Trump Middle East plan: Palestinians reject ‘conspiracy’

Palestinians have dismissed US President Donald Trump’s new Middle East peace plan as a “conspiracy”.

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Trump takes aim at Dem senator over Iran meeting, suggests he should be prosecuted

Wednesday President Trump lashed out at Sen. Chris Murphy for meeting with Iran’s foreign minister and accused the Democratic senator of “illegally” violating the Logan Act.

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Family of American held in Lebanon claims he’s a hostage, US senator threatens sanctions

Lebanon could soon find itself punished by sanctions over the detention of an American citizen.

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CIA Director Haspel Backed Killing, Predicted Missile Attacks

CIA director Gina Haspel foresaw the Iranian missile attack on two Iraqi military bases housing U.S. troops but said that killing Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani was worth the risk.

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Rep. Collins: Pelosi’s Call for Iran Resolution a ‘Shuffling’

Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., said Monday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s call for a resolution limiting President Donald Trump’s actions on Iran is simply a “shuffling” because impeachment is an impasse.

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Wash. Gov. Jay Inslee Reacts to ‘Alarming’ Claim of Detained Iranians

Multiple reports that ICE detained dozens of Iranians and Iranian-American citizens at Washington State’s border with Canada after Iran’s regime vowed vengeance for the death of Gen. Qassem Soleimani are “deeply alarming,” Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said Monday, while the CBP called the reports “false.”

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