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In West, ISIS Finds Women Eager to Enlist




French investigators in Algeria to probe monks' 1996 murders




Who are the members of the coalition against ISIS?




Officials are looking into the disappearance from their homes in Nice of a family of 11, including a grandmother; the family is said to have gone to Syria for jihad. Over 1,000 French nationals or residents are thought to have traveled to Syria or Iraq to join extremist groups, and at least 350 are believed to be still there; one of them is teenager Nora Fouad, from Avignon. President Hollande said he supports Turkey's proposal for the creation of a buffer zone between Turkey and Syria.




Obama to commanders: US will keep making progress in Iraq, Syria




France says $3B Lebanon weapons deal to go ahead




The Defense Ministry rejected a media report that among those targeted in coalition airstrikes against the Al Nusrah Front in Syria last month was a French intelligence operative who had defected to al Qaeda; he is said to have survived the strikes and to be leading fighters in Irbil. The Foreign Ministry refused to comment. A 15-year-old French girl is in police custody after stealing her parents' credit card and leaving home in an attempt to travel to Syria for jihad.




French troops edge closer to Libya border to cut off Islamists




Europe Tries to Stop Flow of Citizens Joining Jihad




Schoolgirl jihadis: the female Islamists leaving home to join Islamic State fighters




Interior Minister Cazeneuve said there are about 1,000 French jihadists who have traveled to Syria and Iraq or plan to go this year, an increase of 74 percent. The Interior Ministry also recently said that 180 of the 930 French nationals who have traveled to Syria or Iraq for jihad have left. Authorities are reportedly monitoring Salim Benghalem, a French national suspected of serving as an Islamic State executioner in Syria; he was recently added to the US' list of global terrorists.




Authorities have begun formally investigating three French jihadists recently returned from Syria who are suspected of preparing terrorist attacks; two of them have links to Toulouse shooter Mohamed Merah. The three suspects, who were already subject to investigation since September 2013 for ties to the "Artigat" network of jihadists in southern France, were arrested in Turkey. On Sept. 25, President Hollande said security will be stepped up in public places, and that France will increase its assistance to Syrian rebels who are fighting jihadists and is also ready to help other countries combat terrorism.




France widens vigilance alert to 40 countries




French, US planes strike Islamic State, Britain to join coalition




Hours after tourist killed, France says does not rule out Syria strikes




France blames Turkey for 'jihadi' arrest fiasco




US, France propose UN sanctions on 15 foreign Islamist fighters




Islamic State urges attacks on US, French citizens, taunts Obama




A video surfaced that shows a Frenchman claiming to have been recently kidnapped by Jund al Khilafah, an Islamic State-linked group in Algeria, and asking France not to intervene in Iraq. Interior Minister Cazeneuve said "France is not afraid," in response to the IS' latest threats against France and the West. France asked the UN to add four people to its list of global terrorists.




Kerry sees role for Iran in ISIS war, France joins air campaign


 
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