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1. American Killed in Operation to Free Iraqis Held by IS - Pentagon

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American Killed in Operation to Free Iraqis Held by IS - Pentagon

The Pentagon gave a press conference in Washington D.C regarding the rescue of 70 Iraqi hostages from an Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) prison, claiming it was in the "international security interest" of the US, Thursday. One American commando was killed in the attack making him the first US serviceman to be be killed in the ongoing conflict with the Islamic State.


2. US Hostage 'Killed' In Failed Rescue Attempt: Pentagon, WASHINGTON, DC, USA

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US Hostage 'Killed' In Failed Rescue Attempt: Pentagon, WASHINGTON, DC, USA

US Hostage 'Killed' In Failed Rescue Attempt: Pentagon, WASHINGTON, DC, USA


3. White House says attempt to rescue hostage in Yemen shows American resolve

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White House says attempt to rescue hostage in Yemen shows American resolve

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) The White House said on Monday (December 08) that the attempted rescue of an American hostage in Yemen should signal extremist groups that the U.S. will not hesitate to expend significant resources to protect the safety of its citizens. A raid by American commandos in a remote area of Yemen on Saturday failed to secure the release of American Luke Somers and South African teacher Pierre Korkie. Both hostages were shot as the raid unfolded. "It should be a clear and unmistakable signal to the militants in Yemen and to militants around the world that the United States and President Obama will not tolerate the unjustified detention and hostage-taking of American citizens. And we will expend significant resources to secure the release of those individuals," White House spokesman Josh Earnest said, adding that the U.S. government was unaware of independent negotiations by South Africa to secure Korkie's release. Earnest said the Obam


4. Iraq says not informed about US-Kurdish operation to rescue hostages from Daesh

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Iraq says not informed about US-Kurdish operation to rescue hostages from Daesh

Iraq’s Defense Ministry says it didn't have any prior knowledge about a joint US and Kurdish military operation that rescued nearly 70 prisoners from the ISIL near the city of Kirkuk. According to General Tahsin Ibrahim Sadiq, Iraqi officials were only informed of the operation through the media. Sadiq said ministry officials were meeting with representatives of the US-led coalition in Baghdad to learn more about the operation. Meanwhile, US Defense Secretary Ashton Carter has said that he personally decided on the hostage rescue mission after intelligence showed their execution was imminent. The Pentagon's chief said he expects more raids like that in the coming months. He said the body of the US soldier killed in the mission will be flown home on Saturday. A spokesman for the US-led coalition in Iraq has identified the commando as Master Sergeant Joshua L Wheeler. Live @ http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter @ http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak @ http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+ @ http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram @ http://instagram.com/presstvchannel [email protected] https://soundcloud.com/videosptv


5. 39 Indian Hostages In Iraq Are Dead, Says Sushma Swaraj

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39 Indian Hostages In Iraq Are Dead, Says Sushma Swaraj

39 Indian Hostages In Iraq Are Dead, Says Sushma Swaraj


6. 37 Christians killed in Iraq church hostage drama

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37 Christians killed in Iraq church hostage drama

Seven security force members and 37 Christians were killed when US and Iraqi forces stormed a Baghdad cathedral to free dozens of hostages. Religious leaders fear that Christians -- whose numbers in Iraq have halved since the US led invasion in 2003 -- could decide to flee the country. Duration: 00:32.


7. Pentagon Names Oklahoma Soldier Killed in Iraq Raid

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Pentagon Names Oklahoma Soldier Killed in Iraq Raid

The Pentagon said on Friday, The U.S. commando killed in a special operations raid on Thursday in Iraq against Islamic State was a 39-year-old soldier from Oklahoma. Master Sergeant Joshua L. Wheeler, of Roland, Okla., was killed during an overnight mission to rescue hostages held by Islamic State militants in northern Iraq, becoming the first American to die in ground combat with the group.


8. Indians killed in Iraq: "It's a sad day to bring back people in coffins" says Gen. V.K. Singh

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Indians killed in Iraq:

The mortal remains of 38 Indians killed in Iraq were brought back to Amritsar under the supervision of Ministry of External Affairs member, Gen. V.K. Singh. The Minister of External Affairs, Sushma Swaraj had mentioned the death of the Indians in Iraq's Mosul area in the Rajya Sabha. The 39 missing Indians were kidnapped by ISIS. Here, Gen. V.K. Singh explains the problems the mission had to undergo before the dreaded announcement of the missing Indians were announced.


9. 70 hostages freed, 1 US soldier killed in Iraq

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70 hostages freed, 1 US soldier killed in Iraq

Backed by US special operations forces, Kurdish troops stormed an Islamic State prison in Iraq, freeing about 70 hostages in a high-stakes operation that left a US serviceman dead, the Pentagon said


10. ISIS killed 39 Indian hostages in Iraq, members of family worried

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ISIS killed 39 Indian hostages in Iraq, members of family worried

ISIS killed 39 Indian hostages in Iraq, members of family worried


11. Pentagon: U.S. Tried To Rescue ISIS Hostages But Failed - On The Record

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Pentagon: U.S. Tried To Rescue ISIS Hostages But Failed - On The Record

Pentagon: U.S. Tried To Rescue ISIS Hostages But Failed - On The Record


12. Hostages killed during SBS rescue attempt in Nigeria

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Hostages killed during SBS rescue attempt in Nigeria

Footage of hostages Chris McManus and Franco Lamolinara before they were killed in Nigeria, despite a rescue attempt by British special forces.



14. Ex-hostage Joshua Boyle says captors killed daughter, raped wife

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Ex-hostage Joshua Boyle says captors killed daughter, raped wife

Upon arriving back in Canada late Friday, freed hostage Joshua Boyle said that the Haqqani network in Afghanistan killed his infant daughter and raped his wife Caitlan Coleman during the years they were held in captivity. Boyle addressed the media Friday night at an airport in Toronto.


15. Canadian Held Hostage in Afghanistan Says Militants Killed His Child

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Canadian Held Hostage in Afghanistan Says Militants Killed His Child

Canadian Held Hostage in Afghanistan Says Militants Killed His Child 14, 2017 OTTAWA — A Canadian man who was held hostage with his American wife and children in Afghanistan by a Taliban faction for five years said late Friday that his captors had killed their infant daughter and raped his wife. The former hostage, Joshua Boyle, 34, who was seized in October 2012 by the Haqqani network with his pregnant wife, Caitlan Coleman, 31, lashed out at his captors in a statement he read to reporters after landing in Toronto with Ms. Coleman and three young children who were born during captivity. His hands sometimes shaking as he read from a small notebook at the airport, Mr. Boyle said, "The stupidity and evil of the Haqqani network’s kidnapping of a pilgrim and his heavily pregnant wife engaged in helping ordinary villagers in Taliban-controlled regions of Afghanistan was eclipsed only by the stupidity and evil of authorizing the murder of my infant daughter." The birth and killing of the infant had not been previously revealed. he world, those ordinary villagers who live deep inside Taliban-controlled Afghanistan." He also described himself as a "pilgrim," and said they had been in a region that government and aid agencies had failed to reach, suggesting that their effort was self-styled. that the most neglected minority group in t In a video made during their captivity, Ms. Coleman, who is from Pennsylvania, said that she had been "defiled." Visibly angry, Mr. Boyle said on Friday that his wife had been raped by a guard with the assistance of the guard’s superiors. An American woman, her Canadian husband and their three children have been freed after being held for five years by the Haqqani network, a faction of the Taliban.


16. Paris shootings and explosions near Stade de France 30 killed, 60 hostage, French President & Cabinet rescued

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Paris shootings and explosions near Stade de France 30 killed, 60 hostage, French President & Cabinet rescued

Paris shootings and explosions near Stade de France 30 killed, 60 hostage, French President & Cabinet rescued


17. Six gunmen killed, 13 hostages rescued in Dhaka operation

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Six gunmen killed, 13 hostages rescued in Dhaka operation

Six gunmen killed, 13 hostages rescued in Dhaka operation


18. Bangladesh cafe siege ends; 6 gunmen killed, 13 hostages rescued

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Bangladesh cafe siege ends; 6 gunmen killed, 13 hostages rescued

NewsONE delivers the Latest Updates, Headlines, Breaking News and Information on the latest top stories from Pakistan and around the World. (weather, business, entertainment, politics, sports and more)


19. Pentagon Says U.S. Troops Killed In Friendly Fire

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Pentagon Says U.S. Troops Killed In Friendly Fire

On Friday, the Pentagon said that two US special forces troops were killed in eastern Afghanistan on Wednesday. The Pentagon said that they may have been struck by friendly fire in an operation targeting various Islamic State militants in Afghanistan.The Pentagon identifies the troops as Sergeant Joshua Rodgers and Sergeant Cameron Thomas. A third soldier was reportedly wounded in the operation. Davis said the target of the raid was Abdul Hasib, the emir of Islamic State in Afghanistan. The U.S.


20. French hostage several others killed in Somalia in failed rescue attempt

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French hostage several others killed in Somalia in failed rescue attempt

A French commando raid in Somalia to free a captive intelligence agent has ended in the deaths of 17 Islamists and a French soldier.France's defence minister ...