At least two civilians were killed and many others wounded due IEDs explosions in Albab city todayRetired Army Gen. David Petraeus calls for care in using the term "radical Islamic terrorism" Pro-Assad forces controlled Zaaraya, Ra'ofiya and Rawda villages by DerHafer East Aleppo after retreat of Daesh @CJTFOIR: "The recent liberation of AlBab by partners Turkey and VSO has dealt IS another significant blow." CJTFOIR: 1 strike near Raqqa and 1 strike near Palmyra against IS targets in Syria. 14 strikes against IS targets in Iraq. Russian Mindef map of Palmyra, East Homs Countryside Russian general-mayor Petr Milyukhin seriously wounded in Palmyra a week ago Images from Wadi Hajar Mosul which was captured earlier today by Counter Terrorism, the military hospital is now under Iraq force control East Aleppo: ISIS targeting pro-Government forces on Tell Zaaraya, East of Kweires Airbase. Russian special forces participated With Syrian Army in the battles of Palmyra - Russian General Staff Turkish Leopard firing at YPG positions near Al Bab. Airport Captured full bbcnewsten report from Mosul offensive last week. With @nikcam12 and @thewhirlinzim Al Rafai and Al Rawdah have been captured by Tiger Forces in East Aleppo Iraqi forces completely liberate Wadi Hajar area from ISIS in western Mosul: Operation CommandIraqi PMU will now consider new operations to remove ALL illegal KDP and ISIS sieges on the Ezidi people in Sinjar Iraq Air Force receive latest batch of 2 L-159, landed earlier today at Balad air base. Daesh executed a civilian in Maskana E Aleppo for "connection with SDF and anti-Daesh coalition"ISIS claiming attack that killed 10 members of Philippines Armed Forces and assassination of a Colonel. To illustrate how much U.S. air power was deployed to help the Syrian government retake Palmyra (again), here are CENTCOM's emails CJTFOIR: 4 strikes Raqqa while 1 strike was conducted near DeirEzZor against IS in Syria. 5 strikes in Iraq. Video of the Syrian Army entering the ancient city of Palmyra In the past 3 days, ISIS launched at least 7 suicide ops in al-Tayaran area, South Mosul, allegedly killing and wounding dozensSAA captured Barlin in East AleppoIraq's Federal Police using weaponised quadcopters to drop bombs on Da'ish in western Mosul. Syrian state TV announcing that it has recaptured Palmyra from ISIS (again). Syrian MoD announced full control over Palmyra Another view of the Mosul airport post-ISIS Da'ish fighters ambushed by Iraq's Hashd (Firqat Al-Abbas Al-Qitaliyah) in the desert west of Mosul. Um Talatal and Um Amad were captured by Tiger Forces in East Aleppo Desert warfare between Iraq's Hashd and Da'ish west of Mosul. Da'ish defences rapidly collapsing.

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CJTFOIR: 1 strike near Raqqa and 1 strike near Palmyra against IS targets in Syria. 14 strikes against IS targets in Iraq.
Russian Mindef map of Palmyra, East Homs Countryside
Images from Wadi Hajar Mosul which was captured earlier today by Counter Terrorism, the military hospital is now under Iraq force control
East Aleppo: ISIS targeting pro-Government forces on Tell Zaaraya, East of Kweires Airbase.
Turkish Leopard firing at YPG positions near Al Bab.
Airport Captured full bbcnewsten report from Mosul offensive last week. With @nikcam12 and @thewhirlinzim
Iraqi PMU will now consider new operations to remove ALL illegal KDP and ISIS sieges on the Ezidi people in Sinjar
Iraq Air Force receive latest batch of 2 L-159, landed earlier today at Balad air base.
ISIS claiming attack that killed 10 members of Philippines Armed Forces and assassination of a Colonel.
To illustrate how much U.S. air power was deployed to help the Syrian government retake Palmyra (again), here are CENTCOM's emails
CJTFOIR: 4 strikes Raqqa while 1 strike was conducted near DeirEzZor against IS in Syria. 5 strikes in Iraq.
Video of the Syrian Army entering the ancient city of Palmyra
Iraq's Federal Police using weaponised quadcopters to drop bombs on Da'ish in western Mosul.
Syrian state TV announcing that it has recaptured Palmyra from ISIS (again).
Another view of the Mosul airport post-ISIS
Da'ish fighters ambushed by Iraq's Hashd (Firqat Al-Abbas Al-Qitaliyah) in the desert west of Mosul.
Desert warfare between Iraq's Hashd and Da'ish west of Mosul. Da'ish defences rapidly collapsing.