Danish intelligence: al-Qaida could grow as IS weakens

12 January 2018 @15:15 | The Washington Post
Danish intelligence officials say al-Qaida “still has ambitions to attack the West,” adding that support for the extremist network may increase as the Islamic State group weakens. continue...


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