Forces in Iraq and Syria made gains Sunday in their attempts to recapture Islamic-State controlled territory.
He refused to talk during questioning in Paris on Friday, ending the session.
Soon after coming to power, the Bolsheviks printed the text in Pravda—not the last time the Russians would play spoiler to Western efforts to control events in Syria and Iraq.
ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack in Baghdad Monday that killed 18 Shia pilgrims.
President Obama announced the deployment of up to 250 troops, including Special Forces, for training and assisting local forces fighting ISIS.
Over 200 American troops, along with Apache helicopters, will help Iraqi forces in their campaign against ISIS in the Iraqi city.
Syria’s antiquities chief is optimistic about the state of the ruins in the ancient city after government forces recaptured it from ISIS.
German media said they have a list of 22,000 names of foreign ISIS fighters, gleaned from questionnaires the terrorist organization asks new recruits to fill out.
A militant who masterminded two major attacks in Tunisia last year was reportedly targeted.
Jonathan Powell argues that talking to terrorists has brought peace in the past. But the Islamic State really is different.
Iraqi government forces, backed by Sunni tribesman and U.S. airstrikes, recaptured the city from ISIS.
Multiple news organizations are reporting that Tashfeen Malik pledged allegiance on Facebook to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The FBI says it’s investigating the San Bernardino attack as an act of terrorism.
Members of Parliament have begun a 10-hour debate that will end in a vote on whether Britain should expand its air strikes against the Islamic State from Iraq to Syria.
President Obama also said Russia is unlikely to change its tactics in Syria in the near future.
The death toll from last week’s attacks rises to 130 and France confirms a three-month state of emergency.
If France invokes Article 5 of the alliance’s charter, it will launch a joint response against the Islamic State.
It’s Sunnis who ultimately hold the key to defeating the Islamic State.
The Peshmerga, backed by U.S. airstrikes, are hoping to retake the strategic area in northern Iraq from the Islamic State.
Protecting civilians from Assad is the first step toward the settlement David Ignatius deems essential.
The New York Times is reporting that the Obama administration has ended the Pentagon’s $500 million program to train and…