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Inside The Islamic State's Movement To Spread Terror 'All Over The World'

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A cyclist looks at the flowers and messages placed along the beach for victims of the recent terrorist attack in Nice, France, on Wednesday. The recent spate of attacks around the world has raised questions about the limits of counterterrorism. Claude Paris/AP hide caption

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A Summer Of Terrorism Points To The Limits Of Counterterrorism

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French flags are seen lowered at half-staff in Nice on July 16. The truck attack on July 14 killed 84 people. "I felt coming to celebrate on holiday and people are in mourning didn't seem right," one vacationer says. "But I'm glad I came." Valery Hache/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Nice, Residents And Tourists Struggle To Adjust After Attack

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U.S. Marine Corps veterans John Tiegen (left) and Mark Geist deliver a speech on the first day of the Republican National Convention on Monday. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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People gather and lay flowers on Nice's Promenade des Anglais on July 15. A French-Tunisian attacker left 84 people dead after driving a truck through crowds gathered to watch fireworks during Bastille Day celebrations. The attacker then opened fire on the crowd before being shot dead by police. Carl Court/Getty Images hide caption

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A forensic expert walks on near the seafront in Nice to gather evidence and transport the dead on Friday. A French-Tunisian attacker killed more than 80 people as he drove a truck through crowds watching fireworks on Thursday night. Clément Mahoudeau/IP3/Getty Images hide caption

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Saudi Prince Faisal bin Salman bin Abdulaziz (left) visits an injured policeman at a local hospital following a suicide attack near the security headquarters of the Prophet's Mosque in Medina on July 4. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Monday's Attack In Medina 'An Attack On The Soul Of The Muslim World'

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Mistafa Fanouni was the target of one of the more than 3,500 house raids that French police have carried out across the country since last November. After the raid, Fanouni was placed under house arrest until a court ruled in his favor to lift the arrest in February. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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Sweeping Raids In France Raise Concerns About Civil Liberties

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