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FILE - This undated file image posted on a militant website Jan. 14, 2014 shows fighters from the al-Qaida linked Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) marching through Raqqa, Syria. For months, Islamic State militants rampaged across Syria and Iraq, seizing cities, taking hostages and terrorizing all who dared to confront them. The tide began to turn in mid-August, when U.S. airstrikes pushed them from key Iraqi battlegrounds. Then, on Aug. 19, the group released a video that showed the beheading of American freelance journalist James Foley. The pattern has continued. Within days of a military defeat, the group would release videos of more beheadings. (AP Photo/Militant Website, File) ©AP
Damaging the fragile cohesion of neighbouring states gives jihadis a reach beyond Syria and Iraq
– David Gardner
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The likely fall of Kobani exposes the weakness of the US-led coalition
– Editorial
Iraqi soldiers and Sunni fighters hold a position on the top of a building on the frontine during clashes with Islamic States (IS) fighters on September 17, 2014 in the town of Dhuluiya, some 75 kms (45 miles) north of Baghdad. Elite Iraqi troops backed by US jets battled jihadists near Baghdad as President Barack Obama insisted US ground troops would not be deployed to battle the Islamic State group. AFP PHOTO/AHMAD AL-RUBAYE (Photo credit should read AHMAD AL-RUBAYE/AFP/Getty Images) ©AFP
If the US is to avoid committing troops to its campaign against Isis, Iraq’s army must be reinvented
– The Big Read
Abdullah Elmir speaks flanked by other ISIS fighters in an ISIS propaganda video

Australia terror laws raise liberty fears

Critics say legislation demonises Muslim community

Terror gives way to reflection in Canada

Country grapples with a new reality of radicalism

Canadian PM faces pressure over radicals

Fatal attacks stoke national debate over role in world

US accuses allies of buying Isis oil

Islamist group earning as much as $1m a day, says Treasury official

Canada vows crackdown on terrorism

PM links shooting of soldier in Ottawa to campaign against Isis

Parliament attack leaves Canada on alert

Gunman shoots soldier at Ottawa war memorial

Suspects charged with targeting police

Men ‘conducted hostile reconnaissance’ on Met and army sites

Isis

Mind your metadata, Isis warns followers

Manual advises jihadis on cyber blackout to avoid attack

A person holds up a sign as local clergy, activists and and community leaders protest for the safe return of the 276 abducted schoolgirls outside the Permanent Mission of Nigeria to the UN

Nigeria agrees ceasefire with Boko Haram

Deal secures release of 219 schoolgirls, officials claim

Britain redeploys drones to fight Isis

RAF’s Reaper fleet likely to operate from inside Iraq

Kurds declare advance on Kobani

Key positions retaken as Americans attack Islamist ground forces

Isis makes big ‘gains’, says general

Coalition chief Allen says militants advancing in Iraq and Syria

Pakistani Taliban leaders turn to Isis

Announcement suggests rivalry between Islamist factions

Terror suspect had Blair address, court told

Man may have been planning Mumbai-style attack, prosecutor says

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