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Why Some Young Europeans Are Joining ISIS
Peter Kosminsky’s new drama, The State, follows four young Brits on their way to Syria.
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Remembering 9/11 in Pictures
Indelible photos mark one of America's darkest days.
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Surviving the Fall of ISIS
As Iraqi and coalition forces invade Mosul, the last ISIS stronghold in Iraq, the grim details of the extremist group’s rule come to light.
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The Women Who Escaped Slavery at the Hands of ISIS
These women escaped the hands of ISIS. Now they tell their powerful stories to photographer Seivan Salim.
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ISIS Destruction of Ancient Sites Hits Mostly Muslim Targets
The world is witnessing one of the greatest systematic destructions of Islamic sites in modern times—at the hands of Muslim militants.
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Portraits Capture Unexpected Reactions to ISIS Beheadings
An Egyptian photographer finds family members who are happy that loved ones have become "martyrs."
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Award-winning National Geographic writer Neil Shea goes to the frontlines of the fight with the Islamic State to explain how this cultural mix makes the Kurds the best unified front to end ISIS, one of the most powerful terrorist networks in history.

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