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Two Islamic State ‘Beatles’ plead not guilty to charges in US court
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US charges British IS members in deaths of Western hostages
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Albanian father rescues son who had been kidnapped to live under IS
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US President Donald Trump invited Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to come to Washington Wednesday to demonstrate his dealmaking prowess. Instead, the meeting is only going to further erode the already strained relations between the two countries.
Turkey begins deportation of IS militants, with many headed to EU
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ISIS spy who betrayed al-Baghdadi was motivated by revenge
"His relatives were subjected to harsh treatment by ISIS and he no longer believed in the future of ISIS. He wanted to take revenge on ISIS and Baghdadi himself," General Mazloum Abdi told NBC News.
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ISIS insider helped in hunt for leader al-Baghdadi
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Six Belgian orphans of Islamic State fighters taken in by Belgium
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Police arrest man accused of funding return of ISIS fighters to Europe
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