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The armed forces foiled an attack against an army checkpoint in Al-Arish, killed 8 attackers
The US president-elect’s view of the Syrian conflict has remained one of his few consistent positions.
The ‘IS’ attack on a Sufi shrine in Pakistan shows once again the group’s indiscriminate choice of targets.
Militants exchanged fire with army and police forces in the cities of Sheikh Zuweid and Rafah, says army spokesperson
Two citizens who were kidnapped last week have been shot in a public square by “Sinai Province” militants in Al-Arish, residents claim
In a rare speech, the militant group’s chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has called for fighters to stand their ground in Mosul.
The explosion left a police officer and another conscript injured; army foils attack on checkpoint
A pair of Yezidi women’s advocates have been awarded the European Parliament’s Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought.
The violence in North Sinai continue as the army claims it is intensifying attacks against militants
The president has extended North Sinai’s state of emergency for an additional three months, reports official gazette
The prosecution ordered that the suspect be detained for 15 days
The planted explosives were intended to target police patrols carrying out security sweeps
“Sinai Province” continues its claim of imposing Islamic authority on North Sinai residents
Militants opened fire on the conscripts as they were returning from holiday, according to the Interior Ministry
The IS has fired a small rocket at a military base that hosts hundreds of US troops near Mosul, with the shell testing positive “for a mustard agent.” None of the soldiers showed symptoms of poisoning.
The US and Russian foreign ministers have reportedly agreed to meet in Geneva to discuss an accord on fighting the “Islamic State” (IS). Rights monitors have said at least 24 people were killed in the latest airstrikes.
Three Turkish soldiers have been killed in a rocket attack by militants of the “Islamic State” (IS) group in northern Syria. They were the first deaths to be directly blamed on IS in the Turkish cross-border incursion.
Two terror attacks in the northwestern region and the military’s claim of averting “Islamic State” attacks have put a big question mark on the “success” of the Pakistani army’s Zarb-e-Azb operation against Islamists.
Turkey has yet to confirm the truce after launching an offensive against the “Islamic State” and Kurdish forces in northern Syria. But Kurdish-backed militas said they would continue to negotiate with Turkish forces.
In the wake of the recent attack in Nice, the ongoing battle against Islamic State (IS) insurgency in Sinai and Sirte, and the feelings of shock, confusion, and uncertainty that ensue, we must raise the question: what is the real price of terrorism? The attack in Nice is the latest in a string …
The Ministry of Civil Aviation announced the arrival of the Russians and Germans on Monday
A new UN report suggests that the Assad regime and the “Islamic State” have been resorting to chemical warfare.
Turkey has pledged to push jihadi fighters belonging to the so-called “Islamic State” out of the Syrian town of Jarablus near the Turkish border.
Following the bombing of a Kurdish wedding, Turkey’s foreign ministry has said it’s willing to “do what it takes” to rid its borders of the “Islamic State” (IS).
Abu Otaiba, the nom du guerre of a self-taught imam and Islamic State (IS) recruiter in Jordan, uses soccer to attract recruits. “We take them to farms, or private homes. There we discuss and organise soccer games to bring them closer to us,” Abu Otaiba told The Wall Street Journal in a recent interview. Abu Otaiba …
Fifty people were reportedly killed and almost 100 wounded in an explosion in the southeastern city of Gaziantep. Turkish President Erdogan said the attack was likely carried out by the militant “Islamic State” group.
Hundreds of defendants across the country standing trial for similar accusations
Russia has said it launched strikes against the so-called “Islamic State” from air bases in Iran. It’s a noticeable change of strategy for Moscow as it continues to aid the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria.
South Asia expert Michael Kugelman tells DW why the assassination of “Islamic State” leader for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Hafiz Saeed, in a US drone strike will not affect the militant group’s activities in the region.
An alliance of Kurdish and Arab forces have liberated the city of Manbij from the militant group. But some “IS” fighters fled the city, reportedly using hundreds of kidnapped civilians as “human shields.”