DAMASCUS — At least 30 people were killed and 150 others wounded on Monday when rebels fired improvised rockets on residential areas in Syria’s northern city of Aleppo, the pro-government Sham FM radio reported. radio
The rockets slammed into the government-controlled districts of Serian and Faisal in Aleppo, said the report, adding that children were among those killed. (Syria-Shelling-Death)
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TUNIS — Three national guard agents were killed overnight Sunday by armed militants in two separate incidents in midwest Tunisia, local media reported Monday.
Two national guard agents were killed in an exchange of fire with “terrorist” militants at the Bir Lahfey checkpoint, and the other was shot dead on his way to work in Sidi Bouzid, local radio Mosaique FM said. (Tunisia-Guards-Attack)
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ANKARA — As many as 2,800 Syrian refugees have flocked into Turkey in the latest surge of people fleeing fighting between Kurdish forces and Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria’s Tel Abyad town, Anadolu Agency reported on Monday. (Turkey-Refugees-Influx)
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BAGHDAD — At least 71 people were killed on Monday in U.S.-led coalition airstrikes and clashes between the Iraqi security forces and militants of Islamic State (IS) group in the provinces of Anbar, Nineveh and Salahudin, an official and security sources said.
In Anbar province, the security forces and allied militias, known as Hashd Shaabi, or Popular Mobilization, attacked a convoy of IS vehicles at Houran area in Iraq’s western desert and destroyed three tankers carrying fuel and two vehicles, the Iraqi Ministry of Defense said in a statement. (Iraq-Airstrikes) Enditem


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