Listen to Hezbollah, Hamas, ISIS, or Al Qaeda and it’s clear that they traffic in the same sickening terror, with slightly different packaging.

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Three years ago, terrorists attacked the offices of French humor magazine Charlie Hebdo. The world had a message for those terrorists: “We are not afraid. Terror will never win!”

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Three men were sentenced to prison Tuesday for plotting to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State (ISIS) group, as a federal judge concluded the second day of sentencing in a case that shed a light on terror recruiting in the state.

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Keramlis, a Christian town on the Nineveh Plains in northern Iraq, fell to ISIS in August 2014, sending its inhabitants fleeing. The town was retaken by Iraq forces three weeks ago as part of the push for Mosul, but most of its homes were destroyed in the process.

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Three men from Syria arrested recently by German police appear to have made it to Europe through the same channels as two men who blew themselves up outside France’s national stadium in November.

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Calling the use of chemical weapons ‘a barbaric tool, repugnant to the conscience of mankind,’ US Ambassador Samantha Power urged the UN Security Council to take ‘strong and swift action’ against the perpetrators.

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