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Silence surrounds SA doc in Syria

Isis is about to be vanquished in Syria. But its shadow looms large in South Africa

20 dead in Philippine church bombing, ISIS claims responsibility

ISIS-linked group Abu Sayyaf has reportedly claimed responsibility for the deadly bombing of a church on the island of Jolo in the Philippines

Saudi permanently closes only land border with Qatar

The gate was first closed two weeks after Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt, and Bahrain cut diplomatic and trade ties with Qatar on June 5

Former-CEO of international cement company denies paying $12.9-million to ISIL

Former CEO of the French-Swiss cement maker said he was made aware of payments to the Islamic State in August 2014, contradicting a previous account.

What to expect from the next round of Syria talks

After months of stalemate, the Syrian talks are expected to focus primarily on a new constitution and elections and two reforms proposed by the UN.

Istanbul: Police release photo of Reina attack suspect

State of emergency to be extended for as long as needed, deputy PM says, as victims of Reina shooting are laid to rest.

​Terror accused twins returned to custody after bail hearing postponed

The bail application of the twins were arrested on suspicion of plotting terror attacks in South Africa was postponed on Tuesday.

Bombers’ links to Paris shootings raise intel questions

One of the el-Bakraoui brothers is believed to have provided ammunition and weapons for the Paris attacks.

‘It is all of Europe that is hit’

Belgium's neighbours have rallied in support after this week's 'acts of war' that shook Brussels.

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.

FBI’s gullible goat slips up on jihadi slope

Anti-radicalisation tools are indicative of how clueless governments can be when it comes to reaching out to the younger generation

Erdogan’s blind focus on the Kurds rebounds on Turkey

His obsession with a Kurdish threat hampers more urgent attention to the terrorist menace emanating from Syria and Iraq.

Nigeria tops list for Christians killed for their faith

The persecution of Christians in sub-Saharan Africa dwarfs what is happening in the Middle East, according to a report.

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.

Faces of war counter complacency

Bram Janssen, a former Mail & Guardian photography intern who now works for Associated Press, has been based in northern Iraq for the past 20 months.

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Three Malagasy citizens were apprehended at OR Tambo International airport, but now the trail is found to connect to France and Mali

Zuma, Zondo play the waiting game

The former president says he will talk once the courts have ruled, but the head of the state capture inquiry appears resigned to letting the clock run out as the commission's deadline nears

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