Kazakh woman recounts 'total fear' during time with IS in Syria

Aida Sarina, recently repatriated from the Middle East, described horrifying scenes of life under the terrorists, including mothers digging graves for their children with their bare hands.

Tajik woman released from Afghan prison tells story of falling for IS propaganda

After following her husband to Afghanistan, she says that the insurgents 'deceived' them.

Threat from 'Islamic State' looms in Afghanistan

IS fighters who waged a bloody campaign in Iraq and Syria are heading to Afghanistan to continue their violent insurgency and help plot attacks against the United States.

Uzbekistan begins rehabilitation of repatriated 'victims of deception' from Syria

The Uzbek government is continuing efforts to return thousands of its citizens from war zones in the Middle East, and attempt to reintegrate them into society.

Kazakhs rescued from IS in Syria tell of lies, delusions

Psychologists, religious scholars and theologians are working with hundreds of the returnees following two repatriation operations.

Kazakhs say rescued IS children from Syria 'not to blame'

Kazakhs actively commented online about the recent repatriation operation, with many condemning those who joined 'Islamic State' terrorists. Yet others are calling for leniency.

Perils abound 2 months after collapse of 'Islamic State' in Syria

The elimination of the physical territory ruled by the terror group closed a long chapter in the conflict, but the fight is far from over.

Worry grows as 'Islamic State' recruiting focuses on educated youth

The recent terror attacks in Sri Lanka underscore how militants are tapping social media and campus discussion groups to prey on students.

In hiding and defeated, IS leader purportedly resurfaces in 1st video in 5 years

Observers are denouncing Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who fled into hiding as coalition-backed forces wiped out his so-called 'caliphate' and took back its territory in Syria and Iraq.

Arrests in Kazakhstan demonstrate lengths extremists will go to finance activities

Some say Kazakhstan faces the risk of a coming wave of attempted terrorist acts that will require financing to pull off -- and extremists will do anything to raise funds.

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