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Islamic State Grows Stronger in Libya

Libyan militiamen battling the Islamic State’s affiliate in their country say most of the jihadi fighters are not Libyans — the bulk of them, they say, come from neighboring North African nations. But they warn the jihadis are rapidly growing in strength and are being directed by highly experienced commanders. The Islamic State’s new affiliate in Libya last month overran the coastal city of Sirte, the hometown of deposed Libyan strongman Colonel Moammar Gadhafi, who was ousted in a...

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