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The future of the US woman in doubt, after she unknowingly became ISIS bride

For Samantha Sally, a holiday was enough to turn her quiet, Central American world of muscle cars, cotton candy and Indiana packing into the horror of ritual beatings, serial rape, torture and propaganda videos from ISIS so-called caliphate A holiday Her husband Moussa Elhassani promised her when she went to Hong Kong in 2014, she says. The couple planned to …

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Russia works to save the lost children of ISIS Fighters: NPR

Young people taking a photo in front of the Akhmad Kadyrov Mosque, known as the "Heart of Chechnya", and large letters saying "I love Grozny" in the center of Grozny, Russia, in 2017. Kirill Kudryavtsev / AFP / Getty Pictures Hide caption Caption Kirill Kudryavtsev / AFP / Getty Images In 2017, young people take a photo in front of …

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Britain reveals a major cyberattack against ISIS

Britain's leading spy chief today announced that Britain's first major cyberattack was against the dreaded Islamic State, which hampered the terrorist group's ability to coordinate attacks and suppress their propaganda. Jeremy Fleming, Director-General of the United Kingdom's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), said at a conference in Manchester that the Authority conducted an "aggressive cyber campaign" against IS last year. "In …

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Even as Trump presses Syria, the military says it's not done with ISIS yet

The Pentagon's mission against the Islamic State in Syria remains open despite the promise of President Trump for a quick withdrawal from the US. Military leaders are focusing on pushing the once powerful group out of the small base they control in eastern Syria and ensuring that they are not planning any attacks against the United States, a defense defense …

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The ISIS Files: When terrorists run City Hall

MOSUL, Iraq – Weeks after the militants conquered the city, as militants roamed the streets and religious extremists rewrote the laws, an order came from the loudspeakers of the local mosques. State officials who blared speakers should report their former offices To ensure that every government employee received the message, the militants followed telephone calls to superiors. When trying to …

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Can Trump really leave Syria?

Want to know an intelligent analysis of key messages in your Inbox on each day of the week, as well as other global reads, interesting ideas, and opinions? Sign up for the Today's WorldView Newsletter The Trump government's schizophrenic message in Syria has just become even more confusing in recent days. When some of the war's biggest outsiders attacked in …

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Trump orders military commanders to quickly end the IS fight in Syria

Updated on April 4, 2018 5:28 pm ET WASHINGTON-President Donald Trump US officials agreed on Wednesday to retain US troops in Syria, but only until the defeat of the Islamic State 's extremist group, a task which he expects to complete in a few months. Trump's decision at a meeting in the White House was a tribute to the military …

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The Trump administration thinks "very seriously" about withdrawing troops from Syria

WASHINGTON (Sinclair Broadcast Group) – On Tuesday, President Donald Trump declared that the United States is withdrawing its troops from the region and heading for the "reconstruction of our country" following the recent US-led coalition victories against the Islamic State. should focus (ISIS) terrorist group in Syria and Iraq. The statement followed a surprise foreign policy announcement last week. During …

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Is Trump serious about Syria? We stay? Let's go? And who pays?

"We are going to beat the hell out of ISIS, we will be coming out of Syria very soon, let the other people take care of it now." This is what the President of the United States said on Thursday in Richfield, Ohio Rally, which should be about the infrastructure, but about Roseanne the quintessential Trump, and why the Democrats, …

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"Two Sisters", about teenagers who have left Norway to fight with ISIS

When Sara and Sadiq Juma arrived in Norway, Ayan was six and Leila three (the family also had three sons). Sara and Sadiq saw their daughters "stuck in fundamentalism," as Seierstad puts it. They took Quran lessons with a militant new teacher and asked to wear niqabs. ("You two look like hell," her dad said and forbade them to do …

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