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By Larisa Epatko
By PBS NewsHour
In the new book “In the Skin of a Jihadist,” a journalist goes undercover to understand the mind of a terrorist and his recruitment techniques. The author, whose identity has been hidden to protect her safety, speaks with Hari Sreenivasan…
Twitter suspended the accounts of hundreds more pro-Islamic State group users this week. And some users have put up a defense -- in the form of a kitten.
Islamic State militants are notorious for their brutality, ability to take over towns in Iraq and luring foreigners to their cause. But they are not the tidy, cohesive force that they appear to be.
Amid the growing threat posed by the Islamic State, President Obama recently called for a "ground game" in Iraq to help tackle the jihadist group. But who would make up that force? Anthony Cordesman of the Center for Strategic and…
Douglas McAuthur McCain, an American man who was killed while fighting for the Islamic State in Syria, is not the first U.S. citizen to die as an Islamic militant in the war-torn country, and the FBI warns there are dozens…
Recent terrorist activity in Mali and Algeria reflect greater regional tumult and threat to international security. Ray Suarez talks to Mary Jane Deeb from the Library of Congress and Dirk Vandewalle from Dartmouth College about the various geopolitical factors at…
Two New Jersey men are the latest American citizens arrested for alleged involvement with international terrorism groups. Jeffrey Brown examines the ongoing concern over homegrown terror risks with two terrorism experts.
Two New Jersey men were arrested over the weekend at John F. Kennedy Airport over possible connections to a terrorist group operating in Somalia. Jeffrey Brown reports on the arrest and the ongoing terror probes in New York.
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