Tuesday, July 21, 2015

MENA Report ( July 21 -22 , 2015 ) - Self Evident That Iraq- Syria War Is Becoming A Wider , More Protracted Regional War.......


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ISIS: Iraqi City of Haditha Will Be Next Target



Lobbying on Iran Deal Changing Few Minds




UN Security Council, EU Both Endorse Iran Deal



31 Killed in Turkey Blast Near Syria Border



Pro-Saudi Forces in Yemen Claim New Gains in Central Aden



Bombings Continue in Baghdad; 81 Killed Across Iraq



Many Civilians Among 26 Killed in Airstrikes Against Syrian ISIS Town



67 Killed as Hezbollah, al-Qaeda Clash on Syria-Lebanon Border



204 Killed Across Iraq; Large Stadium Demolished



Suruc Massacre: 'Turkish Student' Was Suicide Bomber




Iran Also in for a Contentious Debate on the Nuclear Accord




Iran Rejects Sanctions Extension Beyond 10 Years




Kidnaps and Arrests Following Deadly Bombing in Iraq



ISIS Strategies Include Lines of Succession and Deadly Ringtones



Iraq's Kurdish 'Sappers' Face ISIS Explosives Head-On





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 Iraq - Syria Regional War....











Iraq: 19 killed in the bombing of two cars and Abadi discussed with Biden delivery of F-16 aircraft













Iraq's future is being fought for in Anbar,










Saddam’s Former Loyalists Are Leading ISIS — as True Believers via









Kurds push back against charges of ethnic cleansing  via








Update 117: Double blast on either side of Turkish border at Kobane leaves 31 dead:





Pentagon says al-Qaeda leader Muhsin Al-Fadhli killed in US strike in Syria








In grey and black the territory controlled by in ...






ISIL link suspected, as new video emerges of Suruc blast














Turkey is against every kind of terror including ISIS and PKK: Presidential Spokesman Kalın







Bombing shows a vulnerable target for Islamic State







Hezbollah, Syrian army capture barren border region near Zabadani












Dozens dead in clashes on Syria-Lebanon border: monitor
















Frictions in Libya come to a boiling point as violent clashes kill over 30 people