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U.S. Fight Against Islamist Terror Moves to Airwaves

  • Tue, 14 Nov 2017 23:32
The U.S. government is testing new strategies to counter Islamic State propaganda in Central Asia, a fertile recruiting ground for militant groups and birthplace of the suspect who attacked New York last month. What's News Europe


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