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Backed militia says it has begun siege of ISIS 'capital' Raqqa

Backed militia says it has begun siege of ISIS 'capital' Raqqa

The US-backed SDF has been working to encircle Raqqa - estimated to have about 4,000 ISIL fighters - since November, as the terrorist group teeters on the brink of defeat in the Iraqi city of Mosul. The U.S. -led coalition supports the SDF by providing equipment, training, intelligence and logistics support, airstrikes and battlefield advice.



President Trump violates U.S. constitution, rights institute declares

A new Morning Consult/Politico poll found that Trump's tweets , which have come fast and loose practically every morning since the president returned from overseas, are increasingly a problem with American voters. "While [the letter] relates to our most prominent Twitter user, the principles we seek to vindicate apply to all public officials and public entities that use social media to conduct government business and allow the public to participate", Fallow said.



German music festival to resume after Friday evacuation amid terror threat

Police search the area near the main stage of the rock festival "Rock am Ring" near Nuerburg, Germany, early Saturday, June 3, 2017. At a press conference this morning, Wolfgang Fromm , chief of the Koblenz police force, reported that three people had been detained after using false credentials to attempt to gain access to the festival, but were later released.



MI5 to review handling of terror attack: May

Officials confirmed "a number of people" were detained at around 4.45am. Saudi Arabia and some of its regional allies have already been implicated in support for Takfiri terrorism, now wreaking havoc in Iraq and Syria. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said he was "heartbroken" to learn of Ms Archibald's death. She said the information was passed on to Scotland Yard , the police headquarters, but no one followed up with her.


President Trump told him 'I need loyalty'

President Trump told him 'I need loyalty'

Comey is scheduled to give his testimony before the Senate committee Thursday. President Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey amid a federal investigation into collusion with Russian Federation has raised suspicions among a majority of Americans, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.