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Islamic State Still a Threat and Seeking to Free 10k Jailed Fighters


While it no longer controls vast swathes of Iraq and Syria, Islamic State remains a threat and will seek to spring 10,000 of its fighters from Syrian prisons in 2023, experts say. The infamous terror group is much diminished from its peak in 2014 but it remains a menace in a volatile part of the Middle East, as well as abroad in Afghanistan and parts of Africa. What is more, there are fears that a possible ground offensive by Turkey in Syria could create the perfect conditions for IS to once again seize power. “Blink and you’ll miss it and…

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