President Idriss Déby is predicted to win his sixth consecutive term.
Islamic State India burned Hindu's agricultural crops in Haryana state.
Assaults on PKK, PMU, Hindu, Somalian Police, Chadian, Nigerian, Afghan, Egyptian & Congolese Armies.
Instructions on using protests in western countries in mujahideen's favor and on cryptocurrencies.
Sticky car bombs in Iraq are rarely effective.
A Suicide drone and rockets targeted United States and Turkish bases in Erbil.
HTS arrests a group of four in Idlib.
Somali Special forces killed nine Ethiopian herders.
JNIM attacked a Mamassoni security post in Sikasso.
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