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Sky News witnesses the horrors of Idlib

A Sky News crew gains exclusive access to the bombardment of Idlib – Syria’s last rebel outpost – and witnesses first-hand the relentless attack on civilians in the province. Dramatic footage shows Sky’s Alex Crawford and the rest of the crew under attack from tank shells, as an activist travelling …

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How can the children of ISIL be helped? | The Stream

Thousands of children are being detained in camps and prisons across eastern Syria, Iraq and Libya. Some were captured fleeing ISIL territory with their mothers, others were orphaned and many were born to foreign parents. While several countries have taken action to repatriate minors who were either trained by or …

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Children killed in hunt for Sri Lanka terror suspects

Sri Lanka is still searching for dozens of terrorists as authorities conduct raids that have left children killed in the crossfire. The bodies of six children were found after a gun battle between police and Islamic extremists. Sky’s Tom Chesire reports on the police’s hunt for 140 suspects that belong …

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Did the Sri Lankan terrorist blow himself up by mistake?

One of the nine bombers has links to the UK, and now Sky News has learnt more about Abdul Lathief Jamil Mohamed. Sky sources say he studied aeronautical engineering at Kingston University in southwest London and his last visit to Britain was in 2008. But it’s believed he was radicalised …

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Muslims in Sri Lanka fear reprisal attacks

People living in Sri Lanka are struggling to come to terms with the terrorist massacre on Easter Sunday. Sky’s diplomatic editor Dominic Waghorn has been speaking to Muslims who have already been subjected to reprisal attacks. This is his report. SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel for more videos: Follow us …

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Who are the terror groups linked to Sri Lanka attacks?

Sri Lankan authorities have blamed two groups of radical Islamists and the country’s Prime Minister says there may be links to the Islamic State group, who say they are responsible for the attack. Sky’s foreign affairs editor Deborah Haynes reports on the hunt for the terrorists SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube …

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Mass funerals held for victims of Sri Lanka bombings

The first mass funeral was held for those who died in Sunday’s attack amid a day of mourning for the victims. Flags were lowered to half mast and people bowed their heads in respect – many of them in tears. Sky’s Asia correspondent Tom Cheshire sent this report. SUBSCRIBE to …

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Sri Lanka's mourning begins

It is an international tragedy with families grieving around the world. But most of the victims were of course from Sri Lanka. Sky’s Mark Austin has been looking at just a few of the personal stories that demonstrate the human cost borne by the country. And just a warning this …

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Fire nearly destroys Notre Dame cathedral

About 500 firefighters battled huge flames at the Paris landmark, and a human chain formed to salvage art and religious relics. Latest updates: #News #NotreDame #Paris #France #ABCNews READ MORE: Notre Dame: The national and architectural significance of the historic cathedral There are few monuments that are more distinctly French …

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