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  1. French company to face charges of complicity in human rights violations. Business, May 18

    Lafarge faces a court battle over allegations that it put employees at risk and financed terrorist groups in a bid to keep operating in Syria.

  2. Pentagon Faults Review of Deadly Airstrike but Finds No Wrongdoing U.S., May 17

    The military’s inquiry followed a New York Times investigation describing allegations that officials sought to conceal dozens of civilian casualties.

  3. The May 6 Israel Attack News live blog included one standalone post:
  4. ‘I Lost Everything’: Pakistani Airstrikes Escalate Conflict on Afghan Border World, April 30

    The airstrikes killed at least 45 people, stoking fears of a violent resurgence of the conflict in eastern Afghanistan, which has become a base for Pakistani militants.

  5. British Terrorist Receives Life Sentence for Role in Americans’ Deaths U.S., April 29

    Alexanda Kotey, 38, was part of a brutal Islamic State cell known as the Beatles that kidnapped and tortured Western hostages in Syria.

  6. Tensions Flare Between Neighbors After Afghan Man Kills Iranian Clerics World, April 28

    The attack led to ethnic tensions in both countries, which each sent troops to the border.

  7. الخسائر البشرية للحرب الجوية الأمريكية Magazine, April 25

    وثائق سريّة وتحقيقات صحفية موسّعة في منطقة الشرق الأوسط تكشف عن إخفاقات مأساوية وكارثية للحروب التي أدارها الجيش الأمريكي عن بُعد.

  8. قصص الناجين من الحروب الجوية الأمريكية Magazine, April 25

    أودت الغارات الجوية بحياة المدنيين وخلّفت وراءها ناجين أيضاً. هذه قصص بعض الناجين من تلك الغارات.

  9. What It Looks Like in Northeastern Syria Interactive, January 27

    I arrived in a remote part of Syria this week to report on the siege of a prison by the Islamic State.

  10. Hidden Pentagon Records Reveal Patterns of Failure in Deadly Airstrikes Interactive, December 18

    The promise was a war waged by all-seeing drones and precision bombs. The documents show flawed intelligence, faulty targeting, years of civilian deaths — and scant accountability.

  11. Alexanda Kotey Plea Agreement Interactive, September 2

    Plea agreement for Alexanda Kotey, who was part of an ISIS cell of four Britons called “the Beatles” that kidnapped dozens of hostages, including journalists James Foley and Steven J. Sotloff, both of whom were beheaded in propaganda videos.

  12. Alexanda Kotey Statement of Facts Interactive, September 2

    Statement of Facts for Alexanda Kotey, who was part of an ISIS cell of four Britons called “the Beatles” that kidnapped dozens of hostages, including journalists James Foley and Steven J. Sotloff, both of whom were beheaded in propaganda videos.

  13. Gunman Sentenced to Life in Prison for 2015 Attack on Paris-Bound Train Foreign, December 17

    The trial of the main assailant, Ayoub El Khazzani, and three accomplices provided a rare opportunity for prosecutors to delve into the operations of the Islamic State in Europe.

  14. A Terrorist Is Defeated. Trump Is Jeered. We’ve Been Here Before. Culture, October 28

    Morning found the president on TV reliving a victory of the Obama years and evening, reliving one of its humiliations.

  15. How to Really Make the Death of ISIS’s Leader Bigger Than Bin Laden’s Op Ed, October 28

    If the U.S. plays its cards right, it could fundamentally weaken the Islamic State.

  16. An American Family Detained in Syria Is Sent Back to the U.S. Foreign, June 5

    Kurdish authorities are releasing some of the 12,000 foreign women and children affiliated with the Islamic State held in detention camps in Syria.

  17. ISIS Kidnapped Her 5 Years Ago. The Red Cross Thinks She May Still Be Alive. Investigative, 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.