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BAGHDAD Phillip Danault Canadiens Jersey , Aug. 1 (Xinhua) -- Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi on Tuesday warned the world not to relax in fighting terrorism of the Islamic State (IS) group and the tracking of its terrorists.


He added that Iraq has suggested a draft resolution to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to pursue terrorism.


Abadi said at a press conference after his weekly cabinet meeting that the draft resolution is aimed to prosecute terrorism and those associated and collaborated with the IS group, because "the terrorists will return to other areas in a new cover."


Abadi also said that it is necessary to pursue sources of recruitment and funding of the IS.


Abadi's comments came after he officially declared Mosul's liberation on July 10 from IS after nearly nine months of fierce fighting to dislodge the extremist militants from their last major stronghold in Iraq.


As for the upcoming offensive to liberate the IS-held town of Tal Afar, some 70 km west of Mosul, Abadi said "there are regular airstrikes targeting IS militants in preparation to liberate the areas under control of IS group, including Tal Afar."


The offensive to free Tal Afar will be launched soon with the participation of all kinds of security forces, including the predominantly Shiite paramilitary Hashd Shaabi units and Sunni tribal fighters, according to Abadi.


China marks PLA's 90th anniversary with grand rally


China issues commemorative stamps to mark 90th birthday of PLA


Nanchang Uprising commemorated in east China's Jiangxi


World's first panda cub born to captive and wild parents


Military parade held to mark PLA 90th birthday (Part I)


SWAT team members take part in drill


Acrobatic show staged in China's Xinjiang


Martial arts competition held in China's Henan


BEIJING, Nov. 19 (Xinhuanet) -- The International Drum Art Festival was held in Kuala Lumpur from November 14 to 16. Wonderful performance by bands from Spain, Norway, Holland, Vietnam, Malaysia and other countries let audience have a taste of the charming drum art.


The nine bands including the BI-HOTS from Spain and Holland, the Morning Light from Vietnam, played respectively traditional drums, traditional stringed and woodwind instruments, and performed traditional dance as well as modern percussion.


The host of the art festival, the Hand Group is one of the most successful percussions in Malaysia.


The end show was given by Norwegian钬檚 SISU percussion band, which was one of Europe's most successful percussion bands. With traditional music using modern musical instrument, its appealing performance pushed the art festival钬檚 first day to an exciting climax.


Local bands also gave performance of various percussion music. The art festival was held at the Performing ArtCenter in Kuala Lumpur.


LUIZ Felipe Scolari was left shaking his head yesterday and Andre Villas-Boas spoke of “a very bad trip” after rain and lightning disrupted their AFC Champions League quarterfinal preparations.


Scolari’s Guangzhou Evergrande is a slight favorite when it visits Villas-Boas’s Shanghai SIPG in the first leg of their all-Chinese clash today.


But both saw their build-ups thrown into disarray by bad weather that lashed parts of China.


Villas-Boas effectively conceded the Chinese Super League title to leader and reigning champion Evergrande following a 1-2 loss on Saturday at Guizhou Hengfeng Zhicheng.


Compounding his and SIPG’s misery ahead of what promises to be a defining week in their season, Villas-Boas revealed that the team’s flight back had been delayed because of lightning in Shanghai. “We had a very bad trip returning from Guizhou, not only because of the result but because we had problems with the flights and we only got back at 4:30am,” said the former Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur manager.


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