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U.S. gives Philippines $150 million worth of weapons to combat ISIS

In a gesture of cooperation, the U.S. gave $150 million worth of weapons to the Philippine army to battle ISIS
Channel News Asia cited AFP as reporting that the United States gave the Philippine army a huge package of weapons totaling $150 million on Monday. The weapons are intended to help government troops...
5 June 2017 -
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U.S. troops will return to Afghanistan to fight ISIS-Taliban alliance

After months of contemplation, Pentagon receives authorization to send additional troops to Afghanistan
The Pentagon finally received authorization to send additional U.S. troops back to Afghanistan.since 2016. This is a major development in the fight against ISIS, which is reportedly gaining a foothold...
14 June 2017 -
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Consolidated report on U.S. operations in Syria-Iraq reveal ISIS losing badly

A consolidated report released by the U.S. Department of Defense on Military operations against ISIS in Syria and Iraq, show terrorist group is losing
A report released by the U.S. Department of Defense shows the incessant military strike made by American forces on ISIS. The report reveals major strikes made on key ISIS strongholds as part of the...
11 June 2017 -
F. Trance
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    Islamic state militants are using drones to disrupt Kurdish operations assaulting Raqqa
    ISIS had started using drones to attack U.S. spec ops and Kurdish troops as they attack Raqqa. Reports reveal that drones controlled by the Jihadists can disrupt the ability to call in air strikes,...
    15 June 2017
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  • Facebook has stepped in to fight terrorism

    Facebook will employ an artificial intelligence software to monitor extremist content.
    Facebook's officials have announced that the social network will use an artificial intelligence software to help identify and eliminate extremist messages, according to The New York Times. The company...
    22 June 2017
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  • London Bridge attack could've been worse, terrorists tried to rent larger truck

    The London Bridge attackers tried to rent a bigger vehicle to kill more people
    The London Bridge carnage could have been more serious. The terrorists had reportedly planned to kill more people by renting a 7.5 ton truck. However, their initial planned failed due to their payment...
    11 June 2017
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