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Isis has remained strong in the areas under its control, even expanding its territory in areas such as Palmyra, Syria ©AFP
US-led coalition makes progress but militias’ rise signals future violence, writes Aaron Stein
A man reads 28 October 2001 in Algiers the Algerian daily El Youm, with on its frontpage a picture presented by the newspaper as a portrait of Mullah Mohammed Omar. The leader of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban regime Mullah Mohammed Omar said in an interview with El Youm that the "real war" against the United States has not yet begun, and promised to give the US a "bitter lesson". AFP PHOTO HOCINE ©AFP
The best outcome would be for most Taliban to join the peace process, writes Ahmed Rashid
– Ahmed Rashid
David Cameron ©PA
PM’s defence of British values is welcome but his Isis policy is flawed
– FT View

Bangkok bomb theories flow as probe stalls

Lack of evidence means no groups can be ruled out

Railway security put on EU agenda

New checks suggested after passengers foil gunman

Terror suspect played jihad tape on train

Movement of Moroccan-born man in Europe renews open-borders debate

Isis destroys ancient temple in Palmyra

Unesco deplores ‘systematic destruction of cultural symbols’

Thwarted attack exposes French vulnerability

Motives for Ayoub el-Khazzani’s planned assault remain unclear

Train attack puts spotlight on Schengen

Gunman known to security agencies and moved between Spain and France

American tourists avert French terror attack

US veteran hailed as hero after passengers tackle gunman on train

Police probe suspected IRA link to murder

Political recriminations rock province’s devolved executive

US air strike kills Isis second-in-command

White House says Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali died in Iraq

Grainy image and mixed signals test Thais

Cosmopolitan capital struggles for clues to Erawan bombing 

Thai junta rules out foreign bomb link 

Generals say blast ‘unlikely’ to be work of overseas group

Egypt’s Sisi approves anti-terror law

Critics say stringent legislation curtails basic human rights

Syrian Islamist rebel group looks to west

Ahrar al-Sham tells FT of more moderate line but critics are wary

Isis truck bomb rips through Iraq market

Attack in Baghdad kills at least 70 people in Shia district

Tunisia attack to cost Tui up to €40m

Travel group reports solid results as profits rise

Vote delayed on bombing Isis in Syria

Fears that Labour contest will make support harder to build

Al-Qaeda pullback raises Syria safe zone hope

Group’s local wing clears field for coalition attacks on Isis

Turkey suffers spate of deadly attacks

At least 8 dead as violence threatens to revive conflict

Slaughter threatens Afghan peace talks

Kabul airport car bomb takes recent death toll above 80

US attacks put Turkey on Isis front line

After months of reluctance, Ankara promises ‘comprehensive battle’

Israel toughens line on Jewish terror

Suspects face same detention orders used against Palestinians

Suicide attack in Saudi mosque kills 13

Fears of growing campaign by Sunni jihadis linked to Isis

Tunisia massacre linked to museum siege

London police believe two attacks on tourists are connected

Choudhary charged with terror offence

Preacher alleged to have encouraged support for Isis