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Military seeks to clear fighters from Salahuddin province

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FILE - In this undated file photo posted on Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014 by the Raqqa Media Center of the Islamic State group, a militant extremist group, which has been verified and is consistent with other AP reporting, fighters of the Islamic State wave the group's flag from a damaged display of a government fighter jet following the battle for the Tabqa air base, in Raqqa, Syria. The Islamic State group may be sprouting tentacles across the region but it is struggling in Syria, part of its heartland, where it has stalled or even lost ground in fighting with multiple enemies on multiple fronts. There are signs of tensions and powers struggles emerging among its ranks of foreign jihadis. (AP Photo/Raqqa Media Center of the Islamic State group, File) isis ©AP
Jihadi group opts for fines over punishments as oil drop shrinks its finances
– Erika Solomon
cctv footage of Shamima Begum, 15, Kadiza Sultana, 16, and an unnamed 15-year-old, at Gatwick
The message for women is domesticity not to fight
– Roula Khalaf
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May should scrap idea that visa applicants sign up to ‘British values’
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Security services confront fast-changing terror

MI5 has no time to relax given scale of challenge

UK puts 3,000 extremists on terror watch

Rise of Isis boosts ranks of potentially violent militants

Avijit Roy

US-Bangladeshi blogger hacked to death

Avijit Roy had been threatened over his secular beliefs

Isis militants destroy artefacts in Iraq

Video released by group shows men smashing statues in a museum

Jihadi John revealed as London graduate

Isis killer is in his mid-20s and grew up in UK capital

New York men charged with Isis conspiracy

Arrests of Brooklyn residents heighten radicalisation concerns

Palestinians to appeal against US ruling

New York court orders fines of $218.5m over assaults a decade ago

Isis kidnaps Christians in eastern Syria

Isis operation resembles the attack on Yezidi minority in Iraq

Australia proposes tougher security laws

PM Abbott outlines plans amid rise in counter-terrorism investigations

Questions remain over UK schoolgirls’ flight

Parents and teachers seek answers over east London ‘jihadi brides’

Jihadi group claims deadly Libya revenge

At least 45 people killed in suicide bombings in eastern town

Value of ‘British’ visa test questioned

Home Office anti-extremism plan sparks concern

May plans ‘British values’ visitor tests

Anti-extremism move aimed at those seeking to work or study in UK

Obama’s muddled stance in war against Isis

Defeat in Congress would hand propaganda victory to America’s foes

Isis is not about Islam, says Obama

Republicans criticise president for denying religious dimension

Danish terror attacker known to authorities

Agencies alerted by prison service but saw no reason to track El-Hussein

Expectations low for US extremism summit

Social media will be a focus for White House meeting

Denmark faces home-grown extremism

Shooting leaves all parties wondering how to counter threat

Egypt bombs jihadi targets in Libya

Air strikes to avenge slaughter of Christian workers

Two charged over Danish attacks

Suspects allegedly supplied weapon used in shootings

Egyptian air strikes target Isis in Libya

Attacks launched ‘to avenge’ killings of Egyptian Christians

Nigeria military hits back at Boko Haram

New kit, training and allies raise hopes territory can be retaken

Copenhagen gunman was known to police

Man shot after opening fire on police

Shooting at Copenhagen free speech meeting

One dead and six wounded in attacks at free speech meeting and synagogue

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