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  1. Found After a Kabul Attack: A Soviet Rifle With a Peculiar Serial Number Magazine, June 24

    At the site of an ISIS attack in Afghanistan, authorities recovered a firearm that was likely manufactured by the Soviets in the 1950s.

  2. When ISIS Killed Cyclists on Their Journey Around the World World, June 24

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  4. Navy SEAL War Crimes Witness Says He Was the Killer U.S., June 20

    The surprise testimony may upend the trial of Chief Edward Gallagher, a SEAL platoon leader accused of murder and other crimes after a deployment in Iraq.

  5. Could Trump Use the Sept. 11 War Law to Attack Iran Without Going to Congress? U.S., June 19

    Talk of purported Iran-Qaeda ties is raising questions about whether the Trump administration is laying the groundwork to claim that it needs no new legal authority to take military action.

  6. Roadside Blast in Niger That Hit Americans Shows Growing Threat, Officials Say U.S., June 14

    The explosives were buried roughly three feet underground and positioned at a key choke point on a road that led to a shooting range frequented by American troops.

  7. U.S. Special Forces Battle Against ISIS Turns to Containment, and Concern World, June 14

    “They’re always going to hold those mountains,” a Green Beret said of Islamic State militants in eastern Afghanistan. The fear is that the group will keep growing.

  8. Marine Le Pen Is Ordered to Stand Trial Over ISIS Tweets World, June 13

    The far-right leader was charged with disseminating violent images, a crime in France, after posting photographs of Islamic State killings in 2015.

  9. Bulgaria Charges Teenager With Plotting Terrorist Attack World, June 8

    A 16-year-old suspected of being radicalized by the Islamic State was arrested in Plovdiv, the country’s second largest city, popular with tourists.

  10. Australian Who Tested Rockets on His Farm for ISIS Gets 9-Year Sentence World, June 7

    Prosecutors said Haisem Zahab sent his findings to the Islamic State through an encrypted messaging app.

  11. An American Family Detained in Syria Is Sent Back to the U.S. World, 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.

  12. Over 1,600 Civilians Died in Raqqa. Why Are the U.S. and Its Allies Reporting Only 180? Opinion, June 5

    The United States, British and French militaries were successful in pushing ISIS out of Raqqa, Syria. But will they acknowledge the cost?

  13. Over 1,600 Civilians Died. Why Are the U.S. and Its Allies Reporting Only 180? Video, June 5

    The United States, British and French militaries were successful in pushing ISIS out of Raqqa, Syria. But will they acknowledge the cost?

  14. A Taliban Commander’s Double Life, in a War He Couldn’t Leave Behind World, June 4

    In one life, he was Zabet Khan, a 25-year-old with a fondness for selfies. In the other, he was Commander Zarqawi, veteran of a war he couldn’t escape.

  15. French ISIS Supporters on Death Row in Iraq Ask for Mercy World, June 3

    France is facing criticism from rights advocates that 11 of its citizens and one resident will hang in Iraq for supporting ISIS. Will it try to save them?

  16. France Hands ISIS Suspects to Iraq, Which Sentences Them to Hang World, May 29

    For countries struggling with what to do with their citizens who joined the Islamic State, Iraq offers a solution. But does Iraqi justice meet international standards?