Monthly Archives: February 2014


IAEA

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Algeria

The army intercepted a shipment of 40 missiles, including Katyusha rockets and a number of surface-to-air Strela missiles, that was traveling from Libya toward Illizi. The weapons, which were being shipped by the “Southerners Movement for Justice” terrorist group headed by Abdul Salam Tarmone, were destroyed along with two vehicles.


Afghanistan

The military claimed it killed 50 Taliban fighters in Nangarhar over the past five days. The Taliban killed three Turkmen border guards, and an Afghan intelligence officer in Helmand. NATO defense ministers said they are prepared to withdraw all troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2014.


Iraq

The Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham killed 53 people in bombings in and around Baghdad; 42 of them died in a motorcycle bombing at a market in Baghdad’s Sadr City. Security forces killed seven ISIS “snipers” in Karmah, 10 ISIS fighters near Kirkuk, four jihadists near the Syrian border, and three “gunmen” in […]


Syria

Regime forces are preparing to launch a ground assault on Yabroud. In Hasakah, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham clashed with Kurdish YPG forces, kidnapped 15 civilians, and destroyed a Sufi shrine. In Aleppo, ISIS withdrew from Mayer, Jamal, Kafen, and Meneg airport, but kept fighters in Meneg city and Azaz. The Al […]