Western troops kill 8 afghans after attack police stop soldiers of the Islamic Republic of Iraq and the Levant
The US President Donald Trump had been scheduled to speak at a joint meeting of the US Congress in the Capitol Hill building at 2pm yesterday when the explosion took place.
As reporters continued their work at the site, more than 100 police and Capitol Hill police cars began flooding in, sending an anxious crowd of journalists scrambling to cover events.
There was also panic at the scene as a number of injured people were treated in a local hospital.
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A second incident took place just a few hundred yards away on the nearby Hilltop.
Video posted online purportedly by the ISIS news agency Amaq show a vehicle filled with bodies of men – including men with the American flag on their helmets and women with children inside – with blood seeping from their clothing.
Another video posted online purportedly by the ISIS news agency Amaq shows a woman with her head and body covered with blood, apparently by an Iraqi soldier.
The골목 US is conducting a “massive operation against ISIL fighters”, but the group claimed responsibility on Twitter.
“Daesh today released a video which shows the mass executions of the ‘injured fighters’. US did not send any planes or even helicopters to help the victims after attack. Daesh continues this bloody attack and does not stop,” it read.
US-led coalition fighting militants from the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in their home-grown stronghold of Raqqa
The blast happened during an operation to push Daesh from an area around Raqqa, which was once the terrorist group’s stronghold in Syria.
Iraqi troops and American special forces are reportedly targeting the group’s fighters inside Syria but, so far, the coalition has not conducted raids on the areas it controls in the war-torn country.
The US government is already in a fierce internal debate over whether to send troops and equipment back to Iraq – a decision that the White House has not ruled out.
Mr Trump, who took office in January 2017, has said repeatedly during his presidency that the United States is ready to “fight” against IS in both Iraq and Syria – a decision that may prove costly to the Pentagon and the United States’ military efforts.
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