Denmark announces the partial withdrawal of its special forces from Iraq following the collapse of ISIL in the country.
COPENHAGEN: Denmark said on Thursday it would pull around 60 special forces from Iraq, as most areas once controlled by Islamic State have been ...
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- Denmark announces the withdrawal of its special forces from Iraq following the collapse of ISIL in the country.
- Denmark announces the partial withdrawal of its special forces from Iraq following the collapse of ISIL in the country.
- Iraq conducts a series of air strikes against an ISIL target in Syria.
- Denmark's government announces it will be withdrawing its seven F-16 fighter jets from military operations against ISIL in Iraq and Syria from mid-December.
- The Trump administration is considering sending captured ISIL fighters to a prison in Iraq, as well as sending "high-valued fighters", who participated in the murder of Americans and other Western hostages, to the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. Human rights groups and the Democratic Party are opposed to holding these people indefinitely without charges and say they should be tried in federal courts.
- Yazidi demonstrators at Calgary City Hall in Calgary, Alberta call for the Canadian government to help with efforts to reunite family members in Canada who fled the genocide perpetrated by ISIL in 2014 with those still living in Iraq.
- A U.S. federal judge blocks until June 20 the release in Syrian Democratic Forces-controlled territory of a dual-nationality Saudi-American citizen alleged to have joined ISIL. The man, who is now held for nine months in Iraq, was planned to be released by the U.S. military - with a new cell phone, some food and water and $4,210 in cash, but with no identification - as soon as tomorrow.