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Iraqi forces took up positions around Ramadi on Wednesday, seizing two districts after clashes with jihadists, as the explicitly sectarian name Shiite militias gave the operation caused unease.


The Islamic State (IS) also came under pressure in neighboring Syria, where Kurdish fighters expelled the jihadists from more than a dozen Christian villages in the northeast.


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WASHINGTON, May 8 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. government has labeled Al Jazeera's bureau chief in Pakistan's capital as a member of al- Qaida and put him on a watch list of suspected terrorists, an online magazine reported on Friday.


Ahmad Muaffaq Zaidan, a Syrian national long based in Islamabad, has covered the Taliban and al-Qaida throughout his career and made a number of interviews with senior al-Qaida leaders [url=http://www.cheapmlbtexasrangersjerseys.com/rougned-odor/]Rougned Odor Rangers Jersey[/url] , including Osama bin Laden, The Intercept said.


"A slide dated June 2012 from a National Security Agency PowerPoint presentation bears his photo, name, and a terror watch list identification number, and labels him a 'member of al-Qaida' as wel


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