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ISIS Calls for More Attacks During Ramadan

An audio clip reportedly belonging to the Islamic State names Russia, Australia, and the U.S., among other nations, as future targets.
Source: Erik de Castro / Reuters

In an audio message awaiting independent authentication, the Islamic State reportedly calls upon its members to attack a set of nations during Ramadan—an annual, month-long observance among Muslims that commemorates the first revelation of the prophet Muhammad. The message, first reported by Reuters, was distributed Monday on Telegram, an encrypted messaging

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