Yesterday, Israel’s military announced that they had thwarted an attempted Hamas cyber offensive against Israeli targets.
The Islamic State has collapsed. But now, the lingering question is what do we do with all the captured foreign fighters and their families?
The link between local militants and the Islamic State is unclear. But the Sri Lanka attacks showed the enduring ability of ISIS to inspire violence.
The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks Tuesday, while Sri Lankan authorities said that Islamist extremists had carried out the attacks in retaliation for a white supremacist's attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, on March 15, that left 50 Muslims dead.
At a time when others were closing their doors to refugees, Canada stepped in to help, offering to resettle more than 1,000 of the Islamic State's most vulnerable victims, particularly Yazidi women and girls who, like Melkeya, survived sexual enslavement.
Islamic State militants no longer control any territory in Syria, President Donald Trump proudly announced Friday, though the U.S. was still launching airstrikes and sporadic fighting continued on the ground against the group's holdouts.
Her family's urgent request comes days after the teen was found in a refugee camp in northern Syria; she told the Times newspaper that she wanted to return.
U.S.-backed Syrian forces fighting ISIS handed over more than 150 Iraqi members of the group to Iraq, the first batch of several to come.
A pair of dusty villages in the Syrian desert is all that remains of the vast expanse of territory the Islamic State once called its caliphate.