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Flowers and well wishes are placed on a fence outside the hostel where British backpacker Mia Ayliffe-Chung, 21, was stabbed to death last year in a rural Australian community. A Frenchman was charged with her murder and that of another person, but while he allegedly said "Allahu akbar" during the attack, police found he showed no signs of radicalization. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Protesters hold signs near the White House during a protest about President Trump's immigration policies on Wednesday. A proposed presidential action would freeze immigration from seven mostly Muslim countries for security reasons. But the list does not include any of the countries whose nationals have killed Americans in the U.S. since Sept. 11, 2001. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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A man adjusts a victim's photograph displayed with floral tributes and Turkish flags outside the Reina nightclub following the attack in Istanbul earlier this month. Emrah Gurel/AP hide caption

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The Christmas market in Berlin was targeted in Monday's attack by a man driving a heavy truck into an area crowded with shoppers. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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A memorial to the victims killed in San Bernardino, Calif., on Dec. 2, 2015. Nathan Rott/NPR hide caption

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San Bernardino Shooting's Signs Have Faded, But Memories Remain Piercing

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A member loyal to ISIS waves a flag in Raqqa, Syria, in 2014. Reuters hide caption

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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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