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The so-called ISIS caliphate established in 2014 may no longer exist, and its leadership gone, but the security outlook in its former territories remains bleak.

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A decade after Islamic State militants tried to destroy the rich history of Iraq and Syria, the hard work to rebuild the nations’ cultural heritage continues.

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As governments ignore pleas from former female ISIS members to return home it undermines human rights and weakens international security.

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A decade after declaring its caliphate in Iraq and Syria, ISIS has lost its territory but continues to exert influence and poses a growing threat in Africa.

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Ten years after ISIS declared a caliphate in Iraq and Syria, its violent legacy still grips the region and its followers despite losing its territory.

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Despite losing its territory, a decade after the Islamic State was declared the allure of the hyper-violent terror group rises again in a fractured world.

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The Rohingya, a Muslim minority from Myanmar persecuted and run out of their homeland, face a perilous future.

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The discontent of the millions displaced was politicised, eventually leading to a civil war and the birth of a new republic named Bangladesh.

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Micro loans promised Sri Lankan and Cambodian women affected by war a way out of poverty as they rebuilt their lives. Instead the loans trapped them in debt.

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