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Local people in Iraq and refugees from Syria have reacted with dismay to the new US policy.
“There is no doubt that the recent flood of refugees to Europe can be manipulated by terrorist organizations," says Hilik Bar.
Nabil Sha'ath suggests that being moderate does not turn heads and that the West only reacts to extremism.
Children without warm clothes in the winter; women left to fend for themselves as their husbands work at half the local pay. For 2.2 million Syrian refugees in Turkey, it's a lost generation.
By TAMAR DRESSLER
"I'm here to start a new life until the war is over. If things are sorted out, I will go back to Syria."
By ISABELLE GERRETSEN/REUTERS
After Raqqa's fall, the jihadists will have to look elsewhere for income and influence.
By BOB MASON/FXEMPIRE
UNHCR estimates it faces a $1 billion funding gap this year and urgently needs hundreds of millions for Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The case is being closely watched as Germany, a fierce critic of Facebook, is preparing legislation to force the social networking website to remove "hate speech" from its web pages within 24 hours.
The Frankfurt suspect was also wanted in Tunisia where he's thought to have been involved in the deadly militant assault against the Bardo Museum in Tunis.
As ISIS battles to retain control over their last stronghold in Iraq, newly leaked document shows just how much of a conventional army it is.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
"Tired but overjoyed: we captured the terror suspect last night in Leipzig," Saxony state police said on Twitter.
The US and the Middle East Since 9/11: taking the region from bad to worse.
By BEN LYNFIELD
Graves could be used in war crimes trials.
By LINDA GRADSTEIN/THE MEDIA LINE
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