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"There will be more attacks in the future." Found alongside the gutting knife and claw hammer, the letter featured bullet points including "run down the non-believers with a car" and "strike the infidels, who oppose Allah, in the neck".It ended with the words: "In the name of Allah, may terrorism greet your country.The 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had concealed a knife and hammer in his school bag and prepared a letter declaring himself a “soldier of the Islamic State” and threatening more attacks.He was arrested on the day of a Justin Bieber concert in the Welsh capital, which was among potential targets including the Castle quarter, New Theatre, Capitol shopping centre and Central Library.Its thousands of Iraqi and Arab refugees were forced to flee again as the now deserted camp has become the new frontline between the Peshmerga and ISIS. (Photo by Vianney Le Caer/Pacific Press/Light Rocket via Getty Images)A Kurdish Peshmerga fighter, with an image of the US flag sewn onto his shirt sleeve, stands next to an ambulance destroyed due to an improvised explosive device (IED) in Hossein, during the clashes on the road to Jalawla, on August 23, 2014.The United States launched an air campaign against IS in Iraq on April 8, and has since carried out more than 90 strikes that have largely been in support of Kurdish forces in the north, drawing calls for operations elsewhere in the country.After an ISIS offensive, the town fell to the Caliphate on the 8th of August but taken back by the Peshmerga and PKK fighters on August 10.
Raguso and Fire Marshal Zanetis died in an American military helicopter crash in Iraq on Thursday, March 15. AFP PHOTO/ AHMAD AL-RUBAYE (Photo credit should read AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images)BAGHDAD, IRAQ - DECEMBER 09: U. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)TO GO WITH AFP STORY BY W. DUNLOP An American soldier stands guard at the Taji base complex which hosts Iraqi and US troops and is located thirty kilometres north of the capital Baghdad on December 29, 2014.
Secretary Hagel visited the camp which once was a staging post for troops headed to Iraq.
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American and allied soldiers are aiming to rapidly train thousands of Iraqi security personnel in the 'bare minimum basics' needed to join the fight against militants who swept Baghdad's troops aside. Army's 5-73 CAV, 3BCT, 82nd Airborne Division are teaching members of the newly-formed 15th Division of the Iraqi Army, as the Iraqi government launches offensives to try to recover territory lost to ISIS last year.
(Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)American military trainers show Iraqi soldiers how to use American weapons during a training session at the Taji base complex, which hosts Iraqi and US troops, located 30 kilometres north of the capital Baghdad on January 7, 2015.
G DUNLOP A US soldier stands in front of graffiti painted on concrete blast walls at the Taji base complex which hosts Iraqi and US troops and is located thirty kilometres north of the capital Baghdad, on December 29, 2014. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel speak during a visit to Baghdad International Airport, December 9, 2014 in Baghdad, Iraq.