ICC: British soldiers have committed war crimes in Iraq

There is a “reasonable basis” to believe that British soldiers committed war crimes against detainees during the Iraq conflict between 2004 and 2008, the International Criminal Court's (ICC) chief prosecutor, Fatou Bensouda, has revealed.

Taliban commander killed in recent Helmand operation

The commander of the Taliban’s “special forces” branch, known as the “Red Unit,” was killed last week in Helmand province by Afghan forces, according to Afghanistan’s main intelligence agency. 

Free Muslims sends an important message to Gulf States

The International Non-Violence Organization called on the leaders of the Arab Gulf states to seek the language of the brotherhood and seek the common interests of their people away from treachery, conspiracy and fueling political conflicts or boycotts between brothers.

Iraqi Hashd al-Sha’abi fighters discover two mass graves

Iraqi fighters from the Popular Mobilization Units have found two mass graves in the country’s Northern Province of Nineveh, which contain the bodies of more than a hundred members of the Izydi minority group believed to have been executed by Daesh Takfiri terrorists.

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