Iraqi fighters enter the city of Qaim on Nov. 3 near a wall bearing an image of the Islamic State flag. The Islamic State has lost most of the territory it once controlled in Iraq and Syria, but it is far from becoming merely a virtual organization.
The jihadist movement has redefined itself after numerous losses, its remnants re-emerging each time to wage insurgencies and conduct acts of terrorism....
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