Fallujah has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Feedburner' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Fallujah had the highest popularity figure in February this year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.

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Sons of Iraq

Sons of Iraq

[...] according to the original plan, ISIS, which stormed onto world stage in June 2014, taking both Fallujah and Mosul in the space of a few months, would have found it more difficult to initiate a war [...]

goodmenproject.com

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The Coming Fall of Mosul

[...] its defenses and has learned from previous battles in Manbij in Syria, Sirte in Libya, and Fallujah in Iraq. The fight for western Mosul will take time and will further stress Iraqi forces [...]

theatlantic.com

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Did the US Use Depleted Uranium Munitions in Syria?

[...] the so-called Second Gulf War in Iraq in 2003. nsnbc international spoke with medical staff in Fallujah, Iraq in 2012. The consensus among medical doctors at Fallujah’s main hospital is that the [...]

nsnbc.me

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Donald Trump Will Defeat ISIS

[...] local partners, it was messier than if we had done it ourselves. The destruction to Ramadi and Fallujah, in particular, was breathtaking. And it took longer than it would have taken if U.S. forces had [...]

theatlantic.com

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Watch: Carnifex covers Slipknot’s “The Heretic Anthem”

[...] Metal band Carnifex is right in the middle of a tour with Fallujah, Despised Icon, and a host of other bands right now, but the band took the time off from playing [...]

thenewfury.com

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Hearts and Minds, Revisited by Mark Chmiel and Andrew Wimmer

[...] in the next bed. A US sniper hit them and their grandmother as they left their home to flee Falluja. The lights go out, the fan stops and in the sudden quiet someone holds up the flame of a [...]

holditall.wordpress.com

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The Dangerous Delusion of 'We Should've Kept the Oil'

[...] the Counterterrorism Service, or CTS—have been chewed up in the fights for Ramadi, Fallujah, and Mosul. Those units will need to be reconstituted and will struggle to do so without [...]

theatlantic.com

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Bishop Denis Nulty: “We have a clear duty to be people who spread peace, who turn the other cheek, who understand mercy”

[...] in Yemen; Grand-Bassam on the Ivory Coast; Brussels and Zaventem in Belgium; Lahore in Pakistan; Fallujah in Iraq; Rafah in Egypt; Damascus in Syria; Mosul in Iraq; Barka and Tipo-Tipo in The [...]

clericalwhispers.blogspot.com

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The Benghazi That Wasn’t: How One Man Saved The American Embassy In Yemen

[...] . Most of them had dreamed of fighting and dying in Iraq, killing American soldiers in Baghdad or Fallujah, but when new travel restrictions made that impossible, they simply changed their focus and [...]

addthisproduct.com

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NY Times’ Lead Terrorism Reporter Uses Unreliable Google Translate

[...] the Times, the group currently named the Islamic State had recently conquered the Iraqi city of Fallujah following a protracted protest against the Shia-dominated Nouri Al Maliki regime. Fallujah is [...]

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therussells.crossfit.com

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The Shia Militias of Iraq

[...] 90,000-strong force currently besieging Mosul. The PMF has played a key role in the attacks on Fallujah, Ramadi, and Baiji, and recently spearheaded the Iraqi advance on Tal Afar, just west of Mosul. [...]

theatlantic.com

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