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The Week Beyond Mueller And Trump

Michael Luo highlights reporting and writing published in the past week by The New Yorker that were not about Donald Trump or the Mueller report, including reports on the N.R.A., imprisoned ISIS members, and appropriation in fiction.
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Fire Chaplain Who Saved Christ’s Crown Of Thorns From Notre Dame Ran Into Bataclan After Isis...

On Monday the chaplain of the Paris Fire Brigade did not hesitate and ran into the burning Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris to rescue the holy relics. Moments later Jean-Marc Fournier exited the inferno with Christ’s Crown of Thorns and St....
Related topics: France, Paris

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How China Will Make Us More Vulnerable To Terrorists

China is an adversarial power. It seeks to advance at our expense, leaving America—and our friends and allies—less free, less prosperous, and less safe. The same can be said of ISIS, al-Qaeda, and other transnational Islamist...
Related topics: China, Terrorism, Al-qaeda

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In Post-isis Iraq, Volunteering Can Quickly Become An Act Of Rebellion

In the aftermath of ISIS, a nurse in Mosul took it upon herself to clear the streets of corpses that had been there for weeks and months. It got her in trouble but helped spark a volunteer movement.
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Hard Truths In Syria

Over the last four years, I helped lead the global response to the rise of the Islamic State (ISIS)—an effort that succeeded in destroying an ISIS “caliphate” in the heart of the Middle East that had served as a magnet for foreign jihadists...
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"its Construction Began In The Year 1163 And Ended In 1345. It's Time To Say Goodbye To Your...

That's the translation — from French — of the words of a "poster" that has appeared on line. It was — if we are to believe the Terrorism Research & Analysis Consortium — put up by Al-Muntasir, which is, we're told, affiliated...
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The Dangerous Dregs Of Isis

Robin Wright reports on the aftermath of the collapse of ISIS in Syria and speaks with surrendered Islamic State fighters in makeshift camps.
Related topics: Syria

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Flashback: Isis Claims Bataclan Attack In Paris “just The Beginning”

ISIS released a video instructing fighters to fill their cars with gasoline and run over people just weeks before Islamist Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel used a truck to mow day Bastille Day crowds in Nice, France. The Islamic State released an...
Related topics: France, Paris, World Videos, Infographics

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An Australian Woman Went To Syria To Find Her Isis-raised Grandchildren

Karen Nettleton hopes to bring the orphaned children home.
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Watch A Stealth F-22 Through A Nightvision Camera Do Something Amazing

Task and Purpose Security, Essential stuff.  Pretty amazing.  A video recently uploaded to YouTube includes rare footage of U.S. F-22 Raptors refueling during an anti-ISIS operation over the Middle East. According to the Aviationist, the...
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The Red Cross Is Hopeful Nurse Abducted In 2013 By Isis Is Still Alive

Since her abduction in 2013, the International Committee of the Red Cross and the New Zealand government have kept the name of a nurse held by the Islamic State under wraps, afraid that if her identity was released, she would be in even more...
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The Us Faces More Isis-inspired Terror As The White House Dismantles Dhs

In just the past two weeks, federal authorities announced the arrests of two US citizens accused of planning ISIS-inspired terror attacks on American soil and charged a third US-born ISIS sympathizer with new crimes. One allegedly planned to drive a...
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2 More Terrorist Plots Show How A Proactive Approach Is Vital To Combating Terrorism

In the past few weeks, the U.S. uncovered two more terrorism plots against the U.S. homeland, raising to 109 the number of such plots or attacks since 9/11. While ISIS has been defeated in Syria and Iraq, its vile ideas live on, encouraging...
Related topics: Terrorism, Syria, Iraq

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Did The Maryland Terrorism Suspect Have Ongoing Ties With Jihadists In His Native Trinidad?

One question that should be asked and answered about this week's FBI arrest of ISIS-inspired Rondell Henry, who allegedly aspired to a vehicle-ramming attack on Maryland's National Harbor, is whether he or his plot had any live connection to his
Related topics: Terrorism, FBI

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Reckoning With Failure In The War On Terror

Authored by Chris Hedges via TruthDig.com, Donald Trump’s ascendancy to the presidency, as Max Blumenthal points out in his insightful book “The Management of Savagery: How America’s National Security State Fueled the Rise of Al Qaeda, ISIS,...
Related topics: Terrorism, Donald Trump, Al-qaeda

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Muslim Convert Pleads Guilty To Plotting To Kill ‘infidels’ In Terror Attack At Texas Mall

Muslim convert Matin Azizi-Yarand We may never know the motive. A Muslim convert in Dallas pleaded guilty to plotting an ISIS-inspired mass shooting at a Texas mall. 18-year-old Matin Azizi-Yarand was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Monday for...

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Saving Northeastern Syria

Last month, fighters with the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a 60,000-strong Syrian militia that has been Washington’s primary partner in the U.S.-led campaign against the Islamic State (ISIS), captured the Syrian town of Baghouz, ISIS’ last...
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Man Accused Of Plotting Isis-inspired Truck Attack At National Harbor

Prosecutors are detailing an alleged plot by a Maryland man to ram a stolen U-Haul truck into people at a popular tourist area near the nation's capital. Rondell Henry, 28, was allegedly inspired by ISIS. Kris Van Cleave reports.

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Trump Designates Iran's Irgc As Terrorist Group Despite Tehran's Warning

Earlier, Iranian lawmakers warned that if Washington went ahead and designated the Revolutionary Guards as a terror group, Tehran would counter by listing the US military on a terror blacklist alongside Daesh (ISIS).
Related topics: Iran, Terrorism, Tehran, Military

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Iran Wants America Out Of Iraq - Will It Succeed?

In the Middle East, Iran is in a regional struggle with the United States, which it believes is becoming increasingly isolated in international affairs. It seeks to use the opportunity, after the defeat of ISIS, to leverage its allies in Lebanon,...
Related topics: Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria

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