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The assassination of Bin Laden was fatal for al-Qaeda, but Baghdadi's death could breathe new life into Isis

WorldNews Sunday, 10 November 2019
The assassination of Bin Laden was fatal for al-Qaeda, but Baghdadi's death could breathe new life into IsisIn May 2011, Osama bin Laden was killed in a US Special Forces raid on his hideout in Abbottabad, Pakistan. This dealt a fatal blow to al-Qaeda as a cohesive organisation. The Obama administration considered that to be one of its greatest achievements. But the organisation’s demise resulted in the emergence of a collection of successor groups, including two that proved to be even more potent and vicious: the Nusra Front in Syria and the Islamic State (Isis). With this in mind, it is advisable to be wary of apparent successes like...
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