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ISIS Claims Responsibility for Killing of French Police Officer

By ALISSA J. RUBIN June 13, 2016 PARIS — A police captain was fatally stabbed and his companion was also killed at their home in a small town northwest of Paris on Monday evening, and within hours the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the murders. The police captain, who was not otherwise identified, ...

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In Effort to Defeat ISIS, U.S. and Iran Impede One Another

By TIM ARANGO April 25, 2016 BAGHDAD — Iraqi forces, backed by American airstrikes and advised by American officers, have been making strides in Anbar Province, slowly taking back territory from the Islamic State. But in Falluja, a city in Sunni-dominated Anbar that has been in the hands of the Islamic State ...

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Boko Haram and ISIS Are Collaborating More, U.S. Military Says

NDJAMENA, Chad — American military officials say that two of the world’s most feared terrorist groups — the Islamic State and Boko Haram — have begun to collaborate more closely, raising alarm that they are working together to attack American allies in North and Central Africa. On Wednesday, Brig. Gen. ...

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Obama Reports Gains, and ‘Momentum,’ Against ISIS

By JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVIS April 13, 2016 WASHINGTON — President Obama said on Wednesday that while the Islamic State could still “inflict horrific violence on the innocent,” the United States had made substantial gains in combating the group, reducing its forces to the lowest level in two years and squeezing its cash flow. ...

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ISIS, Facing Losses, Releases Recording Said to Be of Leader

BAGHDAD — The Islamic State on Saturday released an audio recording of a speech purportedly made by the organization’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in which he implored more Muslims to fight on behalf of his increasingly besieged group. The authenticity of the recording could not be confirmed. It appeared to ...

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In ISIS Strategy, U.S. Weighs Risk to Civilians

WASHINGTON — For months, the United States military has known that the Islamic State uses the city hall in Raqqa, Syria, as an administrative center and a dormitory for scores of fighters. Some American officials even believe that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the group’s leader, may have been in the building ...

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