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Russian airstrikes on Syria begin, in Ukraine

Major Owen Schnauzmann of the US Air Force confirmed that the first strikes in support of the much maligned Syrian President Bashar al-Assad centred around Eastern Ukraine where Russian intelligence says a great deal of the Syrian rebel forces are co-ordinating activities and manning a key supply route.

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Posted: Oct 1st, 2015
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Seagulls could be used in war against IS, warns Cameron

per ardua, ad chipsDavid Cameron has said seagulls from Devon and Cornwall could be sent to Syria in a bid to help coalition forces tackle Islamist insurgents. A spokesperson for the unfussy seabirds said the gulls were definitely ‘up for a fight’.

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Posted: Jul 25th, 2015
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Cameron to fight radicalisation with £53,000 student debt promise

David Cameron has pledged to tackle radical extremism amongst young Muslims by telling them that a place at a top UK university would only cost them £53,000 each.

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Posted: Jul 22nd, 2015
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IS adopts chocolate money as national currency

Without a functioning national mint, IS has implemented a monetary system largely based on gold foil-wrapped milk chocolate coins brought by British jihadists when they headed off to the scorched deserts of Iraq rather than endure another Christmas in the UK.

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Posted: Jul 12th, 2015
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Islamic State launches

at last, real choice in the Jihadi marketplaceIslamic state hopes to help jihadists “find a way of waging war against the infidel that’s right for you” by launching a jihad comparison website, it was confirmed today. “There’s a huge confusing market, particularly in afterlife care,” said a spokesman. “Al Shabab in the Maghreb has instant paradise on a kill-as-you-go deal, whereas Al Qaeda in the Yemen is offering unlimited virgins on a 24 month contract. How do you decide?”

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Posted: Jun 23rd, 2015
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