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Orlando shooting: the Islamic State’s new strategy?

49 people died after the Orlando shooting perpetrated by the American Omar Mateen at the Pulse, a night club favoured by the LGBT community, on June 13. The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the massacre after Omar Mateen had pledged allegiance to it. Since the Islamic State has been struggling on the field in Syria, Iraq and Libya, it seems to want to increase isolated attacks…

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  • Molina (Nicaragua)
    Orlando shooting: the Islamic State’s new strategy? - Molina (Nicaragua)
  • Paresh (India), published in The Khaleej Times, Dubai
    Orlando shooting: the Islamic State’s new strategy? - Paresh (India), published in The Khaleej Times, Dubai
  • Tjeerd Royaards (Netherlands)
    Orlando shooting: the Islamic State’s new strategy? - Tjeerd Royaards (Netherlands)
  • Hall (USA)
    Orlando shooting: the Islamic State’s new strategy? - Hall (USA)
  • Boligán (Mexico), published in El Universal
    Orlando shooting: the Islamic State’s new strategy? - Boligán (Mexico), published in El Universal
  • Bonil (Ecuador)
    Orlando shooting: the Islamic State’s new strategy? - Bonil (Ecuador)
  • Benedicte (Switzerland), published in “24 heures”, Lausanne
    Orlando shooting: the Islamic State’s new strategy? - Benedicte (Switzerland), published in “24 heures”, Lausanne
  • Vadot (Belgium), published in Le Vif/L’Express
    Orlando shooting: the Islamic State’s new strategy? - Vadot (Belgium), published in Le Vif/L’Express
  • Joep Bertrams (Netherlands)
    Orlando shooting: the Islamic State’s new strategy? - Joep Bertrams (Netherlands)
  • Jiho (France), published in Le Progrès Social
    Orlando shooting: the Islamic State’s new strategy? - Jiho (France), published in Le Progrès Social
  • Molina (Nicaragua)
  • Paresh (India), published in The Khaleej Times, Dubai
  • Tjeerd Royaards (Netherlands)
  • Hall (USA)
  • Boligán (Mexico), published in El Universal
  • Bonil (Ecuador)
  • Benedicte (Switzerland), published in “24 heures”, Lausanne
  • Vadot (Belgium), published in Le Vif/L’Express
  • Joep Bertrams (Netherlands)
  • Jiho (France), published in Le Progrès Social