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In limbo: ‘Isis children’ in prison

Iraq grapples with how to handle an unprecedented number of minors, many of whom were beaten into confession

Released Brussels terrorism suspect proclaims innocence

A man arrested in connection with the Brussels bombing was released after no evidence found was linking him to the attacks, according to prosecutors

Isis stronghold in Libya spells dire consequences

If Islamic State consolidates its foothold in Libya, it will pose a major threat to North Africa and Europe.

Complex Isis bureaucracy includes department of ‘War Spoils’

Seized documents detail the militant group's plan to manage revenue streams - including pillaged oil - and oversee subjugated populations.

Islamic State’s blueprint for power

Leaked documents show how the ‘terror’ group is establishing a functioning state.

Britain’s Parliament votes to bomb Islamic State in Syria

David Cameron wins vote by a majority of 174, but Britain is a bit-part player and it’ll make little difference to the wider picture.

In Beirut, fear and anger don’t stop life going on

South Beirut has endured a series of suicide bombings over the past two years in response to Hezbollah’s forceful intervention in Syria.

Ostracised Putin suddenly finds himself in demand

European leaders, backed by President Barack Obama, have come to an uncomfortable conclusion: they need Russia.

New ideas on Africa’s inequality

Ruling elites that behave like private corporations don’t help the continent.

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