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  1. Jacinda Ardern Questions Red Cross’s Decision to Name Nurse Held by ISIS World, April 15

    New Zealand’s view about releasing details of the captivity of Louisa Akavi is that it “increased the risks to her life.”

  2. Faith Politics on the Rise as Indonesian Islam Takes a Hard-Line Path World, April 15

    Before the presidential vote this week, Indonesian candidates are polishing their religious credentials to appeal to a growing conservative populace.

  3. ISIS Kidnapped Her 5 Years Ago. The Red Cross Thinks She May Still Be Alive. World, April 14

    The abduction of Louisa Akavi, a nurse from New Zealand, was kept secret for years. Now the aid group is breaking its silence in hopes of saving her.

  4. Thugs and Extremists Join Battle for Tripoli, Complicating Libyan Fray World, April 12

    Radical Islamists and criminal gangs fighting Gen. Khalifa Hifter alarm the West, which may cast him as the lesser evil.

  5. German Woman Goes on Trial in Death of 5-Year-Old Girl Held as ISIS Slave World, April 9

    In one of the highest-profile cases against a female ISIS member, German prosecutors accused the defendant and her husband of holding a 5-year-old Yazidi girl as a slave and letting her die of thirst.

  6. Maryland Man Planned to Run Down Pedestrians at National Harbor, U.S. Says U.S., April 8

    Federal prosecutors say Rondell Henry, 28, was inspired by an ISIS attack in Nice, France, in 2016. He has been charged with interstate transportation of a stolen vehicle.

  7. Egypt Sentences 30 Men Over Church Attack Plot World, March 30

    Thirty men were sentenced to between 10 years to life imprisonment for planning a suicide bombing on a church in the Egyptian city of Alexandria.

  8. U.S. Troops Leaving Syria, but Some May Stay Longer Than Expected World, March 29

    Hundreds of the 2,000 American troops in Syria are leaving, but new plans will pause the withdrawal before reaching the 400-troop level President Trump approved.

  9. The American Intervention Against ISIS Is Just Another Chapter of an Endless War Magazine, March 29

    Despite the proclaimed victory against the Islamic State, the long war will continue.

  10. The Syrian Detention Camp Holding the Women and Children of ISIS Video, March 29

    The Al Hol camp in northern Syria holds more than 72,000 people from various countries. Many of them fled the last strip of territory held by the Islamic State.

  11. Where Do the Families of ISIS Fighters Go Now? World, March 29

    “I just want to go back to a normal life”: The Times visited a camp in Syria where women and children who fled ISIS territory are stuck in limbo.

  12. ISIS Is Like a Chronic Disease Opinion, March 25

    It can be managed but never really cured.

  13. Its Territory May Be Gone, but the U.S. Fight Against ISIS Is Far From Over U.S., March 24

    Thousands of Islamic State fighters are still at large in Iraq and Syria, rearming and regrouping. And the group pose threats elsewhere, in Afghanistan, West Africa and the Philippines.

  14. An ISIS Couple’s Troubling Path to Terror Recruiting World, March 24

    A well-educated pair from the Philippines have been captured in Syria after becoming high-profile recruiters for the terrorist group.

  15. Explosion in Syria Kills Driver for NBC News Team World, March 24

    The blast occurred hours after a U.S.-backed militia announced that the Islamic State had been routed from its last patch of Syrian territory.

  16. The Islamic State Has Not Been Defeated Opinion, March 23

    Make no mistake: The group will be back unless the conditions that gave birth to it are addressed.

  17. ISIS lost its last territory in Syria. But the attacks continue. Interactive, March 23

    The Islamic State remains a serious, violent threat.

  18. ISIS Caliphate Crumbles as Last Village in Syria Falls World, March 23

    American-backed forces took the last remnant of territory under Islamic State rule in Syria, but signs of the group’s resurgence are already visible.

  19. White House Says ISIS’s Last Bastion Fell. So Why Is There Still Fighting? World, March 22

    Military officials said clashes in Syria against the Islamic State hadn’t stopped, hours after the White House press secretary claimed the caliphate was “100 percent eliminated.”

  20. The Evolution of ISIS: From a State to a Sliver World, March 20

    Thousands of fighters remain in the region, but they have gone underground, carrying out quick strikes in the region and continuing to promote their ideology worldwide.

  21. The Evolution of ISIS: From a State to a Sliver World, March 20

    Thousands of fighters remain in the region, but they have gone underground, carrying out quick strikes in the region and continuing to promote their ideology worldwide.

  22. The Evolution of ISIS: From a State to a Sliver World, March 20

    Thousands of fighters remain in the region, but they have gone underground, carrying out quick strikes in the region and continuing to promote their ideology worldwide.

  23. The Evolution of ISIS: From a Rogue State to a Tiny Sliver World, March 20

    Thousands of fighters remain in the region, but they have gone underground, carrying out quick strikes in the region and continuing to promote their ideology worldwide.

  24. ‘Gone by Tonight’: Trump, Maps in Hand, Predicts the Collapse of ISIS U.S., March 20

    President Trump updated an earlier assertion that the territory held by the group in Syria was “100 percent” reclaimed, despite reports of continuing fighting.

  25. ‘Gone by Tonight’: Trump, Maps in Hand, Predicts the Collapse of ISIS U.S., March 20

    President Trump updated an earlier assertion that the territory held by the group in Syria was “100 percent” reclaimed, despite reports of continuing fighting.