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Analysis of continued increase in operational magnitude from Shabaab and JNIM, including multiple high-profile suicide operations. AQ groups condemn the historic papal mass in UAE, calling for expulsion of Gulf leadership, and for Muslims to join jihad.
Activity outside of Iraq and Syria in four countries, with notable attacks in Tunisia and Nigeria. Details of military activity in native lands, including surprising silence from Baghuz Fawqani, Syria, but an insurgent increase via suicide operation in Raqqah.
Activity outside of Iraq and Syria in five countries, with notable attacks in Nigeria and Somalia. Details of military activity in native lands, including a continued standstill surrounding Baghuz Fawqani, Syria due to civilian presence. In Iraq, a continuation of small-scale attacks in rural areas.
Activity outside of Iraq and Syria in six countries, with notable attacks in Nigeria and Egypt. 
Details of military activity in native lands, including a significant uptick in attack magnitude (multiple suicide operations) in Deir al-Zour, Syria.
Analysis of major uptick in operational magnitude from Shabaab and JNIM, with significant, high-casualty attacks – some of which were in direct response to Israeli foreign policy and resulted in Westerners killed.
Operations outside of Iraq and Syria in seven countries, with notable occurrences in Egypt, the Philippines, Russia, Nigeria, and Afghanistan. A review of persistent calls for attacks in the West, including suggestions to attack targets in the UAE.
Analysis of IS claim and reactions regarding dual suicide operation on Christian cathedral in the Philippines. Atypical attacks in three additional countries. Continuation of escalation in Nigeria.
Arrests and executions of more than a dozen IS members in Aleppo and Idlib. HTS alleges IS’ use of female suicide bomber in Idlib.
Analysis of global operations in five countries, with Nigeria now IS’ most prominent area outside Iraq and Syria. Details of military activity in native lands, including suicide operations in Syria, one targeting U.S. forces.
Analysis of global operations in five countries, with a notable raid in Nigeria. Details of military activity in native lands, including a suicide operation in Syria targeting Americans.
Significant HTS offensive on NLF affiliates in Aleppo. Analysis of media – including an interview with group leader Abu Muhammad al-Julani justifying the offensive on NLF, and material from Hama-based group affiliate Jaysh al-Izza.
Analysis of global operations in four countries, with notable instances in Nigeria and Somalia. Close look at warning to foreign fighters from entering civilian population in Syria. A review of persistent calls for attacks in the West, and continued releases of IS-linked periodicals.
Analysis of significant operations, including a suicide bombing carried out by Shabaab in Somalia; a steady uptick of activity from the Mali-based JNIM that included a high-casualty ambush on a Burkinabe convoy; and AQAP’s first published claim of attacks against IS in Yemen. 
Analysis of a period of robust global operations, including an atypical attacks in multiple countries. Breakdown of video alleging to show IS in the Greater Sahara fighters carrying out executions. 
Review of continued operations against SAA and IS across multiple governorates of Syria. Analysis of decline in media output - following halt of primary subject matter.
Analysis of global operations including an atypical suicide raid in Libya, a further escalation of activity in Nigeria, and minor attacks in three other countries. Breakdown of dissemination of grisly video from Morocco.
Analysis of global operations including unprecedented activity in Somalia, and an IS-inspired attack in France. 
Analysis of uptick in operations against SAA and IS across various governorates of Syria. Review of decreased media output – continued focus on training exercises.  
Analysis of global operations including small-scale attacks across five standard countries. A review of persistent calls for attacks in the West, with specific threats to Christmas and New Year’s celebrations. 
Analysis of significant operations, including suicide bombings, carried out by Shabaab in Somalia and AQIM affiliate JNIM in Mali, and continued tensions between AQAP and IS in Yemen.  
Analysis of media featuring an interview with HTS leader Abu Muhammad al-Julani.
The Weekly inSITE on the Islamic State report for November 28-December 4, 2018 includes:
Analysis of global operations that included atypical claims in multiple countries outside of Iraq and Syria. Coverage of IS’ official media, including two feature provincial videos.
Analysis of global operations that included significant attacks in multiple countries outside of Iraq and Syria. Coverage of IS’ official media, including a high-profile Sinai Province video, and continued promotion of the Melbourne Attack.
Review of activity against SAA, Russian forces, and IS - spanning three regions.
Analysis of global operations that included an expansion of attacks to atypical countries. Coverage of IS’ official and unofficial media, including the capitalization of the Melbourne attack with a massive IS-linked campaign.
Analysis of operational spread by AQIM affiliates (JNIM and Uqba bin Nafi Battalion), an atypical attack by Shabaab in Somalia, and increased tensions between AQAP and IS in Yemen.
HTS expanded its area of operations out of Idlib into Aleppo and Hama this period. Focus was placed on attacks targeting SAA, while reports emerged pertaining to confrontations against NLF affiliates the Zenki Movement and Ahrar al-Sham.
Analysis of global operations that included the group’s first attack targeting Coptic Christians in Egypt, and additional atypical attacks around the world.
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