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Islamic Militants

Two bombs kill 20 in a Philippines cathedral

President Duterte condemns attack and vows justice; Pope prays for conversion of hearts.

Fr. Jacques Hamel’s cause for canonization gets boost from French legal system

Archbishop of Rouen will have access to secret details in ongoing investigation of priests's martyrdom

Gunman who attacked Christmas market in France yelled “Allahu Akbar”

Two were left dead as a manhunt continues for the 29-year-old suspect who had been on a terrorist watchlist.

Asia Bibi apparently still in Pakistan as nations deny, debate appeals for asylum

Even neighbors who helped Bibi's family during her long captivity reported to be targeted by extremists

Italian police arrest Palestinian suspected of planning chemical attack

Man was thought to be planning to poison public drinking water

Christian persecution on the rise as 7 are martyred in Egypt

Reaction to Asia Bibi's acquittal in Pakistan stirs fear of more Islamist terrorism.

ISIS has seized 700 hostages in Syria, says Putin

European and U.S. nationals are among the kidnapped, according to Russian leader

FBI asking for help in locating cultural artifacts stolen by ISIS

The jihadist group looted archaeological sites, but don't expect to see treasures any time soon.

ISIS is down but far from out, UN official warns

Recent reports put group's numbers at 20,000 to 30,000 and warns of spread

Rare photographs of Palmyra before ISIS destroyed it

A new exhibition, "Old Cities, New Eyes,” features some of the earliest of historic world heritage sites.

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