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31 May 2019 Military News

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  • Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve Monthly Civilian Casualty Report OIR 31 May 2019 -- Since the beginning of operations in 2014, the Coalition and partner forces have liberated nearly 110,000 square kilometers (42,471 square miles) from Daesh, eliminating their self-proclaimed territorial caliphate and freeing 7.7 million people from Daesh oppression. The Coalition will continue to work with partner forces to deny Daesh any physical space and influence in the region as well as deny Daesh the resources they need to resurge.
  • US Troop Levels in Syria 'Quite a Bit Lower' with Help on the Way VOA 31 May 2019 -- U.S. officials are touting a "measurable decrease" in the number of U.S. troops in Syria, though they refuse to say just how many remain in the country to aid in the fight against remnants of the Islamic State terror group.
  • Pakistan and Afghanistan Leaders Hold Rare Talks VOA 31 May 2019 -- Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani held their first face-to-face talks Friday on the sidelines of an annual summit of Islamic countries in Saudi Arabia.
  • Car bomb hits US convoy in Kabul; four killed, four injured Press TV 31 May 2019 -- At least four Afghan civilians have been killed and four American troops injured as a car bomber attacked a foreign military convoy in the capital Kabul.
  • Car Bomb Rocks Afghan Capital RFE/RL 31 May 2019 -- A fatal car-bomb blast has struck the Afghan capital, Kabul, the second deadly explosion in the city in two days.
  • Car Bomb Attack on Coalition Convoy in Kabul Kills at Least Four - Reports Sputnik 31 May 2019 -- The blast comes just a day after a suicide bomber carried out an attack outside a military training academy in Kabul, killing six people, with the Daesh* terror group claiming responsibility for the deadly incident.
  • Taliban Bomber Targets US Military Convoy in Kabul VOA 31 May 2019 -- Officials in Afghanistan say a suicide bomb attack Friday targeted a foreign military convoy in Kabul, killing at least four Afghan civilians and wounding four American soldiers.

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