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Boko Haram Steps Up Attacks After Buhari’s Vows to Defeat the Group

When Buhari won Nigeria's election in March, he vowed to defeat the extremist group wreaking havoc in northeastern Nigeria. A recent string of attacks, however, proves he has a lot of work left to do.

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Is Modi’s India Safe for Muslims?

Hindu nationalism is on the rise in the world’s second most-populous Muslim country.

Dispatch

Egypt’s Quiet Social Revolution

The generation that launched the Tahrir Square revolution in 2011 is changing the country again.

Transitions

Islamic State Social Policies Aren’t Exactly a Hit With Libyans

Why Libyans under Islamic State rule aren't taking to child brides and gender segregation.

The Cable

Making ‘Countering Violent Extremism’ Sound Sexy

Since January, students at 23 universities around the world have taken part in a “peer-to-peer” competition to research, design, and launch U.S. State Department-backed social media campaigns aimed at countering the influence of the Islamic State and other terrorist groups in their communities.

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Sisi’s Islam

Egypt’s president is taking control of the country's mosques — and risks driving his enemies underground.

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