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17 Aug 2021
Lately, repentant Boko Haram members, accompanied by their families, have been surrendering to the Nigerian military. Many have been asking “why the sudden surrender” by these Boko Haram members. Here are the reasons why they have been ‘surrendering’ to Nigerian troops.
19 Nov 2020
Last week, The New York Times reported that Israeli agents, at the behest of the US, had assassinated al Qaeda's number two on the streets of Tehran. Abu Muhammad al-Masri was gunned down along with his daughter, Miriam. She was also reportedly a target, as she was being groomed for a leadership role in al Qaeda. Iran has vehemently denied these reports. To shed some light on this story, we talk to Ronen Bergman. He's one of the writers of the piece and also the author of "Rise and Kill First: The Secret History of Israel's Targeted Assassinations".
14 Nov 2020
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3 Nov 2018
Japanese journalist Jumpei Yasuda speaks about being captured by al-Qaeda forces in Syria: "To those who assisted to secure my release and to everyone who was worried about me, I deeply apologize"
3 Nov 2017
Scars run deep for the victims of the al-Qaeda inspired gunman who killed seven people including Jewish schoolchildren in the French city of Toulouse in March 2012.

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