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Police have arrested several terror suspects after vehicle attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils killed at least 14 people and injured scores. Authorities are probing the link between the strikes and an explosion in Alcanar.
No terrorist organization has mastered the internet as well as the so-called Islamic State (IS). How exactly does the group lure young women, like Germany's Linda W., to fight for their cause?
Masoud Aqil was an Islamic State prisoner in Syria. After fleeing to Germany, the Kurdish journalist realized that IS terrorists were also in Europe, and he began to track them. Frank Hofmann has this exclusive for DW.
A monitoring group says it has "confirmed information" that the "Islamic State" leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been killed. It's not the first report of his death. The Pentagon has no corroborating information.
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