28 C
Accra
Monday, February 6, 2023

Trump sees total rout of Islamic State group as imminent

Must Read

Rent loans “lazy jerk approach to solving problems” – National Tenants Union of Ghana

By: Michael Ahinsah The Secretary-General for National Tenants Union of Ghana (NATUG), Mr. Frederick Opoku, has berated the government for...

Melcom rejects non-compliance claims over e-VAT

The country’s largest retail outlet, Melcom, has stated that it is fully compliant and cooperative with the Ghana Revenue...

‘To condemn homosexuals is a sin, criminalizing people with their tendencies is an injustice – Pope Francis

Source: Catholic News Agency On his return flight from South Sudan on Sunday, Pope Francis said that God loves and...
Seli Baisie
Journalist/ Entertainment and Lifestyle blogger.

US President Donald Trump has said territory held by the Islamic State group in Syria and Iraq could be “100%” liberated as early as next week.
“It should be announced, probably some time next week, that we will have 100% of the caliphate,” he told a gathering of coalition partners.
However, he also cautioned that he wanted to “wait for the official word”.
US military and intelligence officials say IS could stage a comeback without sustained counter-terrorism pressure.
Mr Trump shocked coalition allies in December when he declared that the group had been defeated, amid reports he wanted to pull out US soldiers within 30 days.
But he later slowed the withdrawal after several resignations from key defence officials and strong criticism from Republicans and allies abroad.
The global coalition against IS, now numbering nearly 80 nations, was formed in 2014 after the group overran swathes of territory and went on to launch terror attacks outside the region.

SourceBBC NEWS

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

Rent loans “lazy jerk approach to solving problems” – National Tenants Union of Ghana

By: Michael Ahinsah The Secretary-General for National Tenants Union of Ghana (NATUG), Mr. Frederick Opoku, has berated the government for...

Melcom rejects non-compliance claims over e-VAT

The country’s largest retail outlet, Melcom, has stated that it is fully compliant and cooperative with the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA). Melcom said with the...

‘To condemn homosexuals is a sin, criminalizing people with their tendencies is an injustice – Pope Francis

Source: Catholic News Agency On his return flight from South Sudan on Sunday, Pope Francis said that God loves and accompanies people with same-sex attraction. When...

Police pick up 6 out of 16 wanted in NDC Congress skirmishes

The Police have arrested two more suspects wanted in connection with the violent disturbances that occurred during the NDC’s National Youth and Women’s Congress...

Gold-for-Oil: 11 OMCs fail to reduce prices on first consignment

SOURCE: GNA Some 11 out of 27 Oil Marketing Companies (OMC) that benefited from the Gold-for-Gold policy have failed to reduce prices of their commodities,...

More Articles Like This