Islamic State is back and this time the west is ill-prepared to take it on
The Guardian -

Despite losing its caliphate and its leader, recent attacks show the militant group has begun to recover amid international disunity

Over the last two months, Islamic State has carried out a series of large-scale and coordinated attacks in parts of Syria and Iraq. The spike in attacks has renewed fears about the group’s resurgence, a year after the collapse of its physical caliphate in eastern Syria and only six months after the killing of its former leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The heightened...

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