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Notes 1. Korean 2. Greek 3. Hebrew External links Official site Category:Utilities for Windows Category:Software distribution Category:Windows-only softwareThere are times when readers are struck by the idiocy of “mainstream” reporting. (And yes, I mean real idiocy, not only silly. Imagine a reporter who is really bad at her job. Or imagine a reporter who never did research and simply regurgitated the most ridiculous stories from various news agencies, there’s just no way to explain this as anything other than idiocy.) I have to share this gem from CBS news: The U.S. State Department says the U.S. government has “no credible information” that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is hiding in the Syrian city of Raqqa. Officials did not identify which agency they represent. Officials in Raqqa said in April that at least 25 ISIS members were holed up there. Two ISIS captives escaped in February, but a third was killed trying to cross the Euphrates River. After initially saying that Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had been killed in a U.S. raid in Syria, the U.S. Central Command now says he is still alive. “We don’t believe that Baghdadi is in Raqqa,” said Pentagon spokesman Rear Adm. John Kirby, when asked Monday if the top U.S. Islamic State commander was still alive. An ISIS news agency said Tuesday that the militant group’s leader had been targeted in an air strike on a meeting of top commanders in the northern city of Raqqa, where U.S. special forces have been aiding Kurdish forces in their battle against the group. The statement said Abu al-Hassan al-Muhajer al-Ansari, one of the group’s top leaders, was killed in the attack. However, the U.S. Central Command says that it has no intelligence about Baghdadi. […] The U.S. State Department said on Sunday that it had no information about Baghdadi’s whereabouts. The U.S. military’s Central Command said earlier this year that it had intelligence on the whereabouts of Baghdadi in Syria, but would not say what the intelligence source was. In late April, Kurdish officials




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