AMAQ

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AMAQAustralian Medical Association Queensland
AMAQApple Macintosh Association of Queensland (Australia)
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The Amaq statement claimed that nine American troops were killed or injured in the attack but presented no evidence for that claim.
In the two-day operation in April, police seized computers and networks servers across Europe and North America and blocked internet portals used by Daesh's radio broadcaster, Al Bayan, and its official news agency, Amaq. Yet, less than a week later, Amaq suddenly reappeared at a different web address, forcing the governments to pounce again.
Islamic State on Sunday claimed responsibility for an attack on an Egyptian police checkpoint in northern Sinai, the group's Amaq news agency reported, saying 15 soldiers were killed or wounded in what it described as an infiltration operation.
Daesh terrorist group, had swiftly claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement released by their propaganda channel Amaq. The group provided no evidence to support their claim and the statement came before it was confirmed that the victims were related to the attacker.
The group's Amaq news agency published the claim on July 30, but did not provide details or evidence to back up its statement, which was also published by the SITE intelligence group.
ISIS' AMAQ news agency claimed the shooter "was a soldier of the Islamic State and carried out the attack in response to calls to target the citizens of the coalition countries".
The Islamic State militant group claimed the attack in a statement via its online Amaq news agency, but provided no evidence for the claim.
The threat came in a video released by the jihadists' Amaq propaganda agency, showing six men, their faces covered in bruises.
The group's Amaq website said the attack on Saturday targeted "a gathering of Afghan forces" in Nangarhar, but gave no details.
The Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack, saying via its propaganda arm Amaq: 'An infiltrator attacked a Shiite husseiniya (mosque) in the Jaharso region in the city of Herat in western Afghanistan.'
Amaq and Al-Qarar, propaganda wings of the IS, claimed that the outfit was responsible for the killing and warned that a "war" had just begun.
Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack, in an online statement carried by it's Amaq news agency.