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Eight reported killed as militants attack museum near Tunisian Parliament building...epa04667724 Members of the Tunisian security services take up positions after gunmen reportedly took hostages near the country's parliament, outside the National Bardo Museum, Tunis, Tunisia, 18 March 2015. According to local reports eight people were killed, mostly tourists, and many more wounded when gunmen attacked the popular Bardo museum, allegedly taking others hostage as members of the security services deploy around the museum's buildings prior to entering them, allegedly trading fire with the militants inside. EPA/MOHAMED MESSARA ©EPA
The country must not be forsaken as it faces a growing jihadi threat
– FT View
Young volunteer fighters last month at the Amiriyat Fallujah front line ©Mahmoud Raouf Mahmoud
Across Iraq, in harsh and dangerous conditions, thousands of Muslim men are risking their lives against the jihadi group
– Borzou Daragahi
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

Air strikes seek to oust Isis from Tikrit

Coalition jets back stalled offensive by Iraqi forces

Court backs home secretary on passport removal

Supreme court dismisses appeal of Vietnam born man stripped of citizenship

Canada to join air strikes in Syria

Harper expands military action against Isis in election year

Suicide attack kills 126 at Yemen mosques

Supporters of rebel Houthis targeted by militants in Sana’a

Tunisia and the lure of Isis

What can the government do to stop Tunisians fighting for the Islamist group?

Tunisians defiant as Isis claims attack

Fears raised over economy and democratic transition

Q&A: Canada beefs up antiterrorism laws

The C-51 bill increases the powers of security agencies

Terror fears fire up Canada election

Candidates debate security in a ‘mosaic society’

Nigeria’s Boko Haram fight gathers pace

Troops force extremists out of parts of Borno

Gunmen kill 19 in Tunis museum attack

Blow to country seen as democratic beacon for the Arab world

Cameron pulls Muslim Brotherhood report

Publication expected to say group is not a terrorist organisation

US shuts Saudi missions in terror alert

Washington warns western oil workers of danger of attack

Misurata fighters take on Isis in Libya

First time country’s Islamist-leaning forces have fought jihadis

Taliban kill 14 at Lahore churches

Attacks renew concerns about Pakistan’s internal security

Isis accused of using chlorine gas

Iraqi Kurds report evidence of chemical weapon use

Iraqi forces advance further into Tikrit

Government troops backed by Shia militia and thousands of volunteers

EU plans unit to tackle online jihadis

Europol team would remove extremist material

Isis video shows killing of Palestinian

Family says 19-year-old went missing in October

Spate of Egypt blasts alarm officials

Lone wolf cells worry security forces ahead of global conference

Boko Haram declares allegiance to Isis

Pledge highlights growing co-ordination between jihadi movements

Isis bulldozes ancient ruins of Nimrud

Unesco condemns destruction of Iraqi site as a ‘war crime’

Cash denied to charities in conflict zones

Counter-terrorism legislation causes banks to block funding, report says

Explainer: Syria’s militant groups

Jihadi organisations and non-Islamist brigades active in the conflict

Iraq launches offensive against Isis

Military seeks to clear fighters from Salahuddin province

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