36 Isis militants killed in US 'mother of all bombs' attack, Afghan ministry says 36 Isis militants killed in US 'mother of all bombs' attack, Afghan ministry says Why are liberals now cheerleading a warmongering Trump? | Owen Jones

36 Isis militants killed in US 'mother of all bombs' attack, Afghan ministry says 36 Isis militants killed in US 'mother of all bombs' attack, Afghan ministry says Why are liberals now cheerleading a warmongering Trump? | Owen Jones

Up to 36 suspected militants were killed in Afghanistan when the US dropped the largest non-nuclear bomb ever used in combat, the Afghan defence ministry said on Friday. To target what the military described as a “tunnel complex” used by the Isis’s A...

The 'mother of all bombs' is big, deadly – and won't lead to peace The 'mother of all bombs' is big, deadly – and won't lead to peace US drops largest ever non-nuclear bomb on Isis affiliate in Afghanistan, military says

The 'mother of all bombs' is big, deadly – and won't lead to peace The 'mother of all bombs' is big, deadly – and won't lead to peace US drops largest ever non-nuclear bomb on Isis affiliate in Afghanistan, military says

“I’m really very good at war. I love war, in a certain way,” candidate Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Iowa. This is the same Donald Trump who avoided the Vietnam draft by claiming a bone spur in his foot, a medical problem that never kept him of...

Malcolm Turnbull visits Afghanistan and Iraq ahead of Anzac Day Malcolm Turnbull visits Afghanistan and Iraq ahead of Anzac Day Black diggers are hailed on Anzac Day. But the Indigenous 'Great War' was in Australia | Paul Daley On Anzac Day, the AFL should pause and reflect that sport is not war | Russell Jackson

Malcolm Turnbull visits Afghanistan and Iraq ahead of Anzac Day Malcolm Turnbull visits Afghanistan and Iraq ahead of Anzac Day Black diggers are hailed on Anzac Day. But the Indigenous 'Great War' was in Australia | Paul Daley On Anzac Day, the AFL should pause and reflect that sport is not war | Russell Jackson

Malcolm Turnbull has visited the Australian troops serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, while Bill Shorten is visiting for Anzac day commemorations. The prime minister also met the Iraqi prime minister, Haider Al-Abadi, in Baghdad and the Afghan presiden...