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Europe Now Pays The Price Of The Anti-Assad Jihad: Where Will Foreign Fighters Go?

Iraqi forces keep position during clashes with jihadists from the Islamic State group in the eastern suburbs of Ramadi, the capital of Iraq's Anbar province, 120 kilometers west of Baghdad, on February 1, 2016. Iraqi forces declared victory in December in the Ramadi battle after wresting back control of the city's central government complex from the Islamic State group. Some jihadist fighters have yet to be flushed out, mostly on the eastern edge of the city, and many reconquered areas have yet to be fully cleared of roadside bombs and booby traps. / AFP / AHMAD AL-RUBAYE
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