ISIS women in court

ISIS Women in Court: Marcia M. – A Tactical Admission?

The women who left Germany to join ISIS and returned are standing trial. This CEP blog series follows the trials of some of these female returnees, including Monika K. ( read here ) , Nadine K. ( here and here ), Marcia M. ( here ), and Jennifer W. (...

ISIS Women in Court: Jennifer W. – Taking Responsibility

The women who left Germany to join ISIS and returned are standing trial. This CEP blog series follows the trials of some of these female returnees, including Monika K. ( read here ) , Nadine K. ( here and here ), Marcia M. ( here ), and Jennifer W....

ISIS Women in Court: Jennifer W. – Enslavement Resulting in Death

The women who left Germany to join ISIS and returned are standing trial. This CEP blog series follows the trials of some of these female returnees, including Monika K. (read here ) , Nadine K. ( here and here ), and Marcia M. ( here ). An overview of...

ISIS Women in Court: Nadine K. – Time to Reflect?

The women who left Germany to join ISIS and returned are standing trial. This CEP blog series follows the trials of some of these female returnees. The discussions on Monika K., Nadine K., and Marcia M. can be found here , here , and here . An...

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ISIS Women in Court: Marcia M. – A Perfect Cover?

The women who left Germany to join ISIS and returned are standing trial. This CEP blog series follows the trials of some of these female returnees. The first part on Monika K. can be found here , and the second part on Nadine K. here . An overview of...

ISIS Women in Court: Nadine K. – What Role in the Yazidi Genocide?

The women who left Germany to join ISIS and returned are standing trial. This new CEP blog series follows the trials of some of these female returnees. The first part on Monika K. can be found here . An overview of the state of prosecutions in...

ISIS Women in Court: Monika K. – Crowdfunding for the Islamic State?

The women who left Germany to join ISIS and returned are standing trial. This new CEP blog series follows the trials of some of these female returnees. An overview of the state of prosecutions can be found here (available in English and German) and...

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On September 26, 2018, an improvised explosive device planted at the foot of a bridge exploded, killing eight soldiers in the lead vehicle of a Burkinabe military convoy traveling in northern Burkina Faso. 

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