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    IS Losing Ground One Year After Charlie Hebdo Attacksi
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    Linda Ringe
    January 07, 2016 9:34 PM
    Parisians are marking a solemn anniversary this week. It’s been one year since the Islamic State-inspired terrorist attacks on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine and on a Jewish supermarket that left at total of 17 people dead. But as Linda Ringe reports, the battle against IS looks very different this January than last.

    IS Losing Ground One Year After Charlie Hebdo Attacks

    Published January 07, 2016

    Parisians are marking a solemn anniversary this week. It’s been one year since the Islamic State-inspired terrorist attacks on the Charlie Hebdo satirical magazine and on a Jewish supermarket that left at total of 17 people dead. But as Linda Ringe reports, the battle against IS looks very different this January than last.


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