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June 8, 2019

Former Jihadi Launches Counter-Jiha...

2009, Jesse Morton, then al-Qaida’s chief American propagandist, launched a glossy online publication called “Jihad Recollections,” which years later gave rise to the Islamic State’s “Dabiq” and “Rumiyah” magazines. But that same propagandist is now a changed man. Using the same tactics and the same approach that he learned from the old publication, he’s launched a new magazine, this time with the aim of countering online jihadi propaganda

June 6, 2019

Islamic State’s English-Speaking ...

IS supporters first started flocking to Telegram, an instant messaging service that promises speed and encryption for private communications, in 2015 as social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook began a crackdown aimed at Islamic State’s often violent and gory propaganda

May 21, 2019

Terrorist shot dead after murdering...

The statement further added that the police forces managed to trace the terrorist as he was attempting to flee and shot him dead in the bordering areas between Koh Zor and Zir Koh districts

May 15, 2019

Report: Notorious Daesh Leader Spec...

Daesh leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is allegedly hiding in a distant region of Afghanistan, The Sun claimed, citing Zaid Hamid, who is a co-founder of the BrassTacks threat analysis think-tank

May 11, 2019

Blinded by Bomb, Activist Seeks Afg...

Improvised explosive devices and land mines have been killing and injuring thousands of civilians in Afghanistan. One of those affected is Zaheer Ahmad Zindani, who has become a well-known peace activist in the country

May 2, 2019

Nurse Jamilla Returned to Help Gao ...

Jamilla fled Gao alongside thousands of others in 2012, when extremist groups occupied the northern Mali city. She is among those who has come back after years to rebuild, and uses her skills as a nurse to help the city to heal, despite ongoing insecurity in the region

April 29, 2019

Burkina Faso Plagued with Problems ...

Despite U.S. counterterrorism efforts across the globe, U.S. officials say the United States alone cannot defeat insurgencies. It needs reliable partners to protect people from attacks and prevent them from reoccurring. That’s why the U.S. has tripled security assistance to Burkina Faso, one of several West African nations battling extremists

April 21, 2019

Twittersphere Condemns Easter Massa...

Multiple blasts hit Charges and hotels cause major casulties and damages.At least 50 people killed and 200 injured in six explosions in several cities across Srilanka

April 18, 2019

Somalia’s Capital Sees Uptick...

For more than a decade, Mogadishu has struggled against Islamist al-Shabab militants. Somali authorities say attacks tripled in March, with 15 bombings in just a week’s time

April 16, 2019

Students, Teachers Avoid Cameroon B...

This week marks five years since Boko Haram militants kidnapped hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls from the village of Chibok. The kidnappings spread fear across the border in Cameroon, where hundreds of schools closed. Authorities have since ordered schools to reopen, but many students and teachers refuse to return

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