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The raids hit the main port through which goods flow into Syria. According to the state-controlled Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), the fires were later extinguished. ... "Our air defenses repelled the Israeli aggression in Latakia," a Syrian military source told SANA.4 hours ago
17 Nov
The Islamic State group claims responsibility for a twin suicide bombing in Kampala in which three people were killed. Ugandan police had blamed a "domestic terror group" linked to the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF). Also, the UN says at least 1,000 people have been arrested in Ethiopia since the state of emergency. Mostly people of Tigrayan origin have been detained, mainly in Addis Ababa and the northern cities of Gondar and Bahir Dar.
11 Jul
Ahead of a global summit in Rome on combating the "Islamic State," the German foreign minister said the militant group "has been pushed back, but not defeated."
5 Oct 2020
The German-Tunisian woman was detained earlier this year after a cellphone provided fresh evidence about her time in Syria. She had married two IS fighters, one of whom was rapper-turned-extremist Denis Cuspert.
27 Mar 2020
Planning a ricin attack in Germany has ended in 10 years of jail time for an IS adherent. The Dusseldorf court heard that the Tunisian and his wife had stashed toxins and bomb components in their Cologne apartment.
6 Feb 2020
In an exclusive interview with FRANCE 24, Masrour Barzani, Prime Minister of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, warned "there is a great possibility for ISIS (the IS group) to come back" and urged the international community to take action.
27 Oct 2019
Jens Stoltenberg has warned that NATO must continue its fight against IS after the US withdrawal from Syria. He welcomed Germany's call for an international presence in Syria as a possible political solution.
2 Oct 2019
Thousands of foreign 'IS' supporters are held in Kurdish camps in Syria. Most European countries refuse to repatriate them, but Kosovo is bringing its citizens home. DW met with one female returnee under house arrest.
30 Apr 2019
For the first time in five years, the leader of IS has appeared on video. He talks about recent incidents, including the fall of Baghouz last month, and praises the Sri Lanka attacks.
14 Mar 2019
Human Rights Watch has accused Iraq of violating laws that protect children who are recruited by armed groups. It cited "deeply flawed screening processes" and use of torture to extract confessions of IS membership.
22 Jul 2018
Now, a year after the IS were driven out, people in Mosul face the destruction of their society as reconciliation is a distant hope.
5 Nov 2017
Mass destruction in Deir al-Zor after Syrian gov't declares victory over IS.

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