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29 Nov 2021
Police fired tear gas at protesters as they burned tires and ransacked a government building in Ouagadougou. Citizens of the capital of Burkina Faso are upset about jihadist violence and a recent attack.
1 Apr 2021
Nigeria, one of Africa’s largest counties as well as economy is battling with insecurity. And for over a decade, it has struggled to address the devastating jihadi insurgencies and terrorism by Boko Haram and the Islamic State.
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.
23 Jan 2020
German second division club St. Pauli have asked police why they have appeared alongside jihadi and far-right groups on a UK counterterrorism guide. The club are renowned for their activism and their fans are baffled.
17 Feb 2019
'No remorse, no entry': British press debates return of jihadi bride.

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