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The Bahrainis were part of a radical cell that lured officers to an area of Duraz by pelting them with Molotov cocktails, metal rods and stones in July 2015.
13 attacks in Paris, French President Francois Hollande flew last month to Moscow where he agreed with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to put aside differences on the Syrian issue and step up strikes against the radical cell.
The troops were caught in an ambush in the western Mount Chmbi area, where soldiers have been hunting a radical cell for months, the report said.
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This discovery of the camp was linked to a radical cell Sudanese authorities were monitoring in Khartoum few weeks prior to that but abruptly dropped off the radar and its members were never found.
He was described as the key player behind a radical cell committed to fighting jihad with their "Muslim brothers".
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He was part of a radical cell who believed in fighting a Holy War in Afghanistan with their "Muslim brothers," Manchester Crown Court was told.
The discussion of violence happened during secret "book club" meetings that the radical cell allegedly conducted over an 18-month period in four states during which they studied firebomb construction, surveillance techniques, target selection and other topics, Engdall said.
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