Daesh (ISIS) has launched English-language radio bulletins on its station, al-Bayan radio network, AP reported.
The militants' news was promoted on Twitter the same day it was launched on the station as the third language providing news from the group. The English bulletins now accompany Arabic and Russian announcements.
The first news bulletin included the topics of a Daesh militant's death in Syria's Yarmouk refugee camp, mortar attacks on militants in Sirte, Libya, and a suicide bombing in Kirkuk, Iraq, according to AP.
The extremists also publish a monthly online English magazine, Dabiq, which gives religious lessons and updates on the group's activities.
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