Daesh uses chemical agents in Iraq's Kirkuk: Officials

The image grab shows a crude roadside bomb filled with toxic chlorine gas being detonated by bomb disposal teams at an undisclosed location in Iraq.

These are some of the headlines we are tracking for you in this edition of Press TV's Top 5:

  • Iraqi officials say Daesh terrorists used poisonous substance in shelling a village in the country’s northern province of Kirkuk.
  • Israeli Knesset members sign a bill to deport family members of Palestinians killed over alleged anti-Israeli attacks from the West Bank to Gaza.
  • Turkey’s premier asks the parliament to lift the immunity of senior pro-Kurdish politicians to prosecute them on charges of belonging to an armed terrorist group.
  • The UN torture investigator is concerned about calls by some Republican candidates in the US presidential race to authorize waterboarding to interrogate detainees.
  • In France, police fire tear gas in the capital Paris to disperse thousands of anti-austerity protesters.

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