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Posted Aug 11, 2022 |  by NPR

The death of Ayman al-Zawahiri brings al-Qaida to a major crossroads as it selects a new leader, or Emir. Colin Clarke suggests in this NPR paper that the group’s leaders will have to decide whether to go with a known and trusted top figure - or a newer one who might appeal more to the next generation of recruits. Their decision comes... Read More

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