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Souhayla, a 16-year-old girl who escaped ISIS after three years of captivity, at her uncle’s home in Shariya Camp, Iraq. Credit Alex Potter for The New York Times

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Indian police personnel. AFP PHOTO / NOAH SEELAM

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Veiled women in Raqqa, Syria, in 2014. Early in the ISIS’s reign there, women could show their eyes and their hands. Soon, though, the terror group made an announcement calling for women to be enveloped in black cloth, with their hands, feet and eyes concealed. – Reuters

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Nusra Front fighters in Idlib Province, Syria, in 2015. In what analysts say is a calculated move to hide ties to Al Qaeda, the Nusra Front recently changed its name to the Levant Conquest Front. Credit Ammar Abdullah/Reuters

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Harry Sarfo, a former ISIS fighter from Germany, inside the maximum-security prison in Bremen where he is serving a three-year sentence on terrorism charges. Credit Gordon Welters for The New York Times