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Iraqi security forces in Tikrit after pushing Isis out of the city with help from Shiite militiamen
Shia militias have helped fight Isis, but many worry they are pushing their own brand of sectarianism
– Borzou Daragahi
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

Isis militants control half of Syria

Pro-opposition locals say jihadis ‘more merciful’ than Assad

Isis blows hole in Obama’s Iraq strategy

Fall of Ramadi exposes deep flaws in US campaign

Isis seizes historic city of Palmyra

Pro-government forces pull back leaving heritage site in danger

Bin Laden books show taste for conspiracy

New documents reveal that al-Qaeda leader celebrated Arab spring

Tunisian massacre suspect held in Italy

Fears heightened of jihadis using migrant boats to reach Europe

Doubt cast on Iraq PM’s control of war

Al-Abadi leans on Shia militia after Isis capture city

Boston bomber sentenced to death

Three killed and 264 hurt in worst attack on US soil since 2001

UK terror arrests at highest since 9/11

Police say suspects detained at a rate of almost one a day

Cameron to unveil plans against extremism

Proposed measures will be fast-tracked through parliament

Macedonia police battle ‘terrorist’ group

Skopje blames foreign forces as clashes deepen political crisis

Isis claims Texas exhibition attack

Unclear what role jihadi group actually played in assault

Gunmen shot at Mohammed art show in Texas

Garland shooting raises fears of attacks by Isis sympathisers

Kenya backlash over crackdown on Shabaab

Nairobi risks further alienating Muslims

Organisations act to outwit terrorism

Developers and architects are adopting a range of precautions to protect buildings

Anger over Greek plans to release terrorist

Move by Tsipras angers families of the victims and Greece’s international partners

US drone strike killed western hostages

Barack Obama describes accidental deaths as ‘terrible tragedy’

French detain terror suspect who called ambulance

Authorities claim attack on church averted

Saudi calls end to Yemen bombing operations

Riyadh halts first phase of anti-Houthi campaign

Young Arabs lose faith in democracy

Many now see Isis as biggest threat, survey shows

Australian police arrest teenagers in terror plot

Anzac Day attack foiled, say police

Iraq fails to halt Isis advance in Anbar

Move to lower reliance on Shia militias leads to jihadist gains

Obama to remove Cuba from terror list

Move will pave way for Havana to tap financial markets

Truckers navigate Isis-controlled roads

Journeys highlight effect of war on region’s trade

French judge leads fight against jihadism

Marc Trévidic says France faces surge of people back from Syria