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presstv-debate: battle against daesh

Debate: Battle against DaeshIn this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Hafsa Kara-Mustapha, a journalist and Middle East analyst, from London, and Michael Lane, the president of the Institute for Foreign Policy, from Washington, DC, to discuss the battle against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in the wake of the Syrian troops' capture of the Takfiris' last major bastion on the border with Iraq.

presstv-debate: daesh defeat

In this edition of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Brad Blankenship, a journalist with al-Masdar News, from Cincinnati, and Brent Budowsky, a columnist at The Hill, from Washington, to discuss the latest crushing blows inflicted on Daesh by the Iraqi forces in the Arab country.

presstv-debate: syrian army's fresh advances

Debate: Syrian army's fresh advancesIn this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Jim W. Dean, a managing editor and columnist of the Veterans Today, from Atlanta, and Michael Lane, the founder of the American Institute for Foreign Policy in Washington, to discuss the Syrian army's latest advances in the battle against Daesh militants.

presstv-debate: liberation of mosul

The Iraqi Prime Minister announces the liberation of Mosul from Daesh terrorists. AL-Abadi has arrived in the flashpoint city declaring victory over Daesh.
In this edition of The Debate, Press TV has spoken to Michael Springmann, an American author and former diplomat from Washington, and Richard Millet, a journalist and political commentator from London, to discuss the liberation of Mosul from Daesh terrorists after months of military operations.

presstv-debate: battle for mosul

When will a game changer happen in Iraq’s anti-terror drive?In this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Zayd al-Isa, a London-based expert in Iraq's affairs, and Jihad Mouracadeh, a political analyst from Beirut, to discuss the advances made by Iraqi forces in the battle for Mosul.

presstv-debate: iran's retaliation

Debate: Iran's retaliation In this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Richard Becker, with ANSWER Coalition from Washington, and Michael Lane, the founder of American Institute for Foreign Policy from San Francisco, to discuss Iran's retaliatory missile attack against Daesh Takfiri terrorists inside Syria.  

breaking daesh's siege on dayr al-zawr

Debate: Breaking Daesh's siege on Dayr al-ZawrIn this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Michael Lane, the president of  American Institute for Foreign Policy, and Michael Springmann, a former US diplomat, to discuss the victories that the Syrian government forces have achieved during the recent days against the Daesh terrorist group. 

presstv-iraqi forces make further gains in battle against daesh in tal afar

Iraqi forces made further gains in their offensive to dislodge Daesh Takfiri terrorists from Tal Afar, seizing 5 more villages on the eastern and southern outskirts of the city, the military said on Thursday.A video released by Iraqi Federal Police showed soldiers destroying former Daesh tunnels with explosives and firing at targets in the area.

presstv-debate: syria's dayr al-zawr liberation

The Syrian army and its allied forces have liberated the strategic city of Dayr al-Zawr from Daesh Takfiri terrorists. And in Iraq government and popular forces pushed the terrorist group out of the central parts of al-Qa'im city, in the country’s Anbar province, after they seized a border crossing with Syria in their fight against Daesh.In this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Scott Rickard, a former American intelligence linguist from Tampa, and Jihad Mouracadeh, a political analyst from Beirut, to discuss the Syrian army's liberation of the strategic city of Dayr al-Zawr from Daesh Takfiri terrorists.

presstv-debate: us-led bombing of raqqa

Russia says the US and its allies have wiped the Syrian city of Raqqah off the face of the earth through quote barbaric bombardments. Around 45,000 of the 200,000 residents remain in the city. The city has been recently liberated from Daesh by a US-led coalition. Moscow says western countries are offering financial aid to Raqqah as a cover-up for their crimes.
In this edition of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Adam Garrie, a managing editor of theduran.com from London, and Stephen Schlesinger, the former director of the World Policy Institute from New York, to discuss why the US has bombed the Syrian city of Raqqa even after the city was liberated from Daesh terrorists.

presstv-debate: egypt terrorist attack

Daesh Takfiri militants claim responsibility for a deadly terrorist attack that killed 29 Christians in Egypt.
In this edition of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with Carol Gould, an author and political commentator from London, and Hazem Salem, an activist and political commentator from Cairo, to discuss the terrorist attack claimed by Daesh Takfiri militants that killed 29 Christians in Egypt.

presstv-turkey prepares to attack syrian kurds as they battle daesh

Rahshan SaglamPress TV, IstanbulAs a coalition of Arab and Kurdish fighters known as the Syrian Democratic Forces are advancing on the self-proclaimed capital of Daesh in Syria, reports indicate that Turkey is planning to use the Free Syrian Army in its battle against Syrian Kurds. The Turkish government has been training FSA militants to fight Kurdish forces for some time now. The aim seems to be keeping the Kurds far from Turkey’s southern border. Our correspondent Rahshan Saglam reports from Istanbul.

presstv-‘daesh terrorists had no choice, but to submit’

Leader of Lebanese Hezbollah movement, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, says Daesh terrorists who left the border region between Lebanon and Syria had no choice, but to submit to resistance fighters.“Daesh had no choice, but to submit to us, because they had collapsed from within and had to accept our conditions,” the leader of hezbollah said in a televised address on Monday explaining about evacuation of Daesh terrorists from Qalamoun region near the border with Syria.Nasrallah pointed out that the battle against Daesh terrorists in Qalamoun has achieved all its objectives, describing the evacuation of the Takfiris from the rugged mountainous region as “the second victory” as Lebanon-Syria border region has been completed purged of their presence.He went on to say that the fight against Daesh is

presstv-mosul after 3 years of daesh: drone footage

This is what three years of Daesh occupation does to a city; this dramatic drone footage shows what’s left of Iraq’s Mosul now that the Takfiri terrorist group has been mostly expelled from the city.Mosul was first overrun by Daesh in 2014. Iraqi forces took control of eastern Mosul in January after 100 days of fighting, and launched the battle in the west on February 19. The present footage was captured by Gabriel Chaim and published on YouTube on Monday. Read More:So far Iraq managed to liberate two thirds of Mosul’s Old City from the grip of the terrorists. Estimates show that fewer than 350 Daesh terrorists, mostly non-Iraqis, are still in the city.

presstv-‘150 saudi officers helped daesh in mosul battle’

Saudi Arabia had dispatched more than 100 intelligence officers to Mosul to join the Takfiri Daesh militants and direct them in battles against Iraqi government forces and allied fighters from Popular Mobilization Units, a recent report has revealed. Lebanon-based Arabic-language al-Manar television network, citing a report published by Qatari al-Sharq newspaper, revealed that 150 Saudi intelligence agents were fighting alongside Daesh members in Mosul, and working hard to extend the battle.The paper added that Iraqi government forces confiscated important documents certifying Saudi intelligence officers’ assistance to Daesh terrorists once they liberated Mosul from the clutches of the Takfiris.On Monday, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi formally declared victory over Daesh extremists

presstv-syria army gains

Syrian forces begin their advance on the area of Bughayliyah, on the northern outskirts of Dayr al-Zawr, on September 13, 2017, during their ongoing battle against Daesh terrorists. (Photo by AFP)The Syrian army has made strategic gains against Daesh and other Takfiri groups in the country. Army troops and allied forces have managed to liberate 85 percent of the strategic eastern city of Dayr al-Zawr from Daesh terrorists. The latest victories have raised hopes of the ultimate defeat of Daesh in Syria. But how do major media outlets evaluate Syria army gains?

presstv-iraq forces prepare for final anti-daesh battle near syria

Iraqi forces are set to begin operations to liberate the last patch of territory still occupied by Daesh Takfiri terrorists along the country’s western border with Syria, the military says.“Your security forces are now coming to liberate you,” said leaflets dropped by the Iraqi Air Force on the border region of al-Qaim and Rawa, according to a Wednesday statement from the Joint Operations Command in Baghdad.“God is with us in this last assault on Daesh members,” said the leaflets.“Tell those among your children and relatives who took up a weapon against the state to throw it aside immediately, and to go to any house on top of which a white flag has been raised when the liberation forces enter al-Qaim,” the airdrops noted.The Iraqi air force warplanes have been recently conducting precision

presstv-debate: tehran terror attacks

Tehran terror attacksIn this episode of The Debate, Press TV has conducted an interview with the director of the Shafaqna Institute for Middle Eastern Studies, Catherine Shakdam, from London, and Jihad Mouracadeh, a political analyst from Beirut, to discuss the Daesh terror attacks in Tehran.

presstv-iraq forces prepare for final anti-daesh battle near syria

Iraqi forces are set to begin operations to liberate the last patch of territory still occupied by Daesh Takfiri terrorists along the country’s western border with Syria, the military says.“Your security forces are now coming to liberate you,” said leaflets dropped by the Iraqi air forces on the border region of al-Qaim and Rawa, according to a Wednesday statement from the Joint Operations Command in Baghdad.“God is with us in this last assault on Daesh members,” said the leaflets.“Tell those among your children and relatives who took up a weapon against the state to throw it aside immediately, and to go to any house on top of which a white flag have been raised when the liberation forces enter al-Qaim,” the airdrops noted.The Iraqi air force warplanes have been recently conducting precisi

presstv-nasrallah hails hezbollah victory in arsal

Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah has hailed the victory of the Lebanese resistance fighters in Arsal.He was delivering a televised speech on the occasion of the purge of the town of Arsal on the border with Syria of al-Qaeda-linked Nusra Front terrorists.In a statement on Thursday, the Lebanese resistance movement said its fighters had regained control over all areas in Arsal, which lies about 124 kilometers northeast of Beirut.“I congratulate everyone on this major victory,” especially fighters who made it possible, Nasrallah said.He said the fighters were backed by the Syrian army, adding that the next phase of the battle will take on the Daesh Takfiri group in the border areas between Lebanon and Syria.Sending a clear warning to Daesh, the Hezbollah chief said that "f

presstv-daesh families join final mosul battle: commanders

Iraqi commanders engaged in an operation to liberate the northern city of Mosul say family members of Daesh terrorists have joined the battle as it nears its end.The commanders said on Thursday that female Daesh elements were firing on Iraqi forces and using children as human shields in Mosul's Old City.Lieutenant General Sami al-Aridi, of the Iraqi special forces, said, "The women are fighting with their children right beside them,” adding, "It's making us hesitant to use airstrikes, to advance. If it weren't for this we could be finished in just a few hours.”Another Iraqi officer, whose name was not mentioned, said, "There are civilians there, but they are Daesh families.”Daesh militants are using other tactics such as bombings, sniper fire, and mortar attacks to slow the advance of the

presstv-‘iraq’s internal affairs none of us business’

An analyst says it is up to the Iraqi people and the government in Baghdad to decide whether or not they want to continue to use foreign-backed forces in the fight against terrorism, adding that this issue "has nothing to do with Washington."The analyst’s comments came after US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Iran and all other countries currently helping Iraq in its fight against the Daesh terrorist group needed to leave the Arab country now that the battle was drawing to a close.“So I found just very interesting how the US is once again trying to defend the integrity of Iraq or the democratic standing of Iraq while actually interfering with its internal affairs and actually challenging the very sovereignty of the Iraqi government here because this goes down again to sovereignty,” C

presstv-daesh terrorists kill 30 in iraqi sunni town

Daesh Takfiri terrorists have killed over 30 people, mostly civilians, and injured 40 others during a failed offensive on Iraq’s Sunni town of Shirqat, south of Mosul.Daesh terrorists attacked Shirqat on Saturday, but Iraqi forces repelled the offensive, killing a dozen of the extremists.In 2016, Iraqi forces along with tribal fighters liberated Shirqat from Daesh, paving the way for the launch of the major offensive to fully liberate Mosul on October 17, 2016.The Iraqi forces took control of eastern Mosul in January after 100 days of fighting, and launched the battle in the west on February 19.On Friday, Iraqi forces announced that they have accomplished their goals in the battle against Daesh in the western flank of the city.Read more:Daesh terrorists still continue to control pockets so

presstv-‘daesh loses main defense line in dayr al-zawr’

The breaking of a nearly three-year siege of eastern Syrian city of Dayr al-Zawr is seen as the loss of the main defense line by Daesh terrorists, says PressTV's Syria correspondent.“This is a historic advance for the Syrian army and many here of the Syrian army commanders believe that this could be signaling the end of Daesh presence,” Mohammad Ali reported.“The army continues to advance despite of all of those challenges over here and the goal is to reach Dayr al-Zawr from this frontline ... from the southwest of the city,” the PressTV’s reporter said.On Tuesday, the Syrian military forces breached the siege of the western outskirts of Dayr al-Zawr that Daesh had laid since January 2015.PressTV-Syrian forces break Daesh siege on Dayr al-ZawrSyrian government forces and their allies have

presstv-‘last daesh stronghold in iraq to be freed in days’

Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abad has said that the country’s western Anbar province will be fully liberated from Daesh in “a few days.” “We will announce liberation of al-Qaim within the coming few days,” said Abadi during a press conference on Tuesday.Earlier in the day, Commander of Western Anbar Operations Lt. Gen. Abdul Amir Yarallah announced that several regions and villages in the province and two oilfields had been seized from the terrorists following extensive army operations.Last week, Abadi announced that Iraqi forces are advancing into the "last den" of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in the country to liberate the few remaining towns and villages.PressTV-Last den of Daesh to be taken soon: Iraqi PMThe Iraqi prime minister says army forces are advancing into the last den o

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