Former British prime minister says that Iraq conflict had increased Western nations’ “capacity and capability” to fight. His comments have provoked anger on Twitter.
The 46 Turks and three Iraqis were captured in Mosul, Iraq, during an ISIS attack on the Turkish Consulate back in June. The Turkish government denies they paid a ransom or agreed to any demands from ISIS.
“As I’m sure you can imagine, we’re not going to get into a back and forth with ISIL every time they release a new piece of propaganda,” one U.S. official said.
President Obama thanked Congress for its bipartisan support of the measure. “I believe we’re strongest as a nation when the president and Congress work together.”
Journalist John Cantlie appears saying he will “expose the truth about the Islamic State” in new footage. Developing…
The attack was the first in a more intensive campaign against the terrorist group, a defense official told the Associated Press and other media outlets.
The bill will also end the 2001 and 2002 AUMF laws. “If Congress just sits on its hands, it will rue the day that it did because it will set a precedent.”
French President François Hollande says there is “no time to lose” in battle against militant group as the U.S. says Arab nations will join them in conducting airstrikes.
Henning reportedly was an aid worker held captive in Syria.
This video shows footage of British Prime Minister David Cameron speaking about Iraq, followed by a message to all allies of America. The man executed is believed to be David Cawthorne Haines, who was previously shown at the end of the ISIS video depicting the beheading of Steven Sotloff.
The terrorist organization’s forces have doubled, and possibly tripled, in size after recent victories, according to the CIA.
After vowing to repeal post-9/11 war authority, Obama has now vastly expanded it by invoking it in the war against ISIS.
The president laid out his strategy Wednesday to combat the terrorist group.
John Yoo: “Obama has adopted the same view of war powers as the Bush administration.”
The secretary of state travelled to Baghdad to congratulate the country’s new government. Meanwhile, President Obama looks set to expand the fight against ISIS by launching airstrikes in Syria.
Barak Barfi, a spokesman for the family of Steven Sotloff, told Anderson Cooper on Monday that the slain journalist was sold by rebels at the Syrian border to ISIS.
Everyone seems to be having a good time.
The #BurnISISFlagChallenge may have started as a riff on the Ice Bucket Challenge, but across the Middle East it has now grown into a larger statement against the rapid rise of ISIS.
The White House announced the troop deployment Tuesday following the beheading of a second American journalist, Steven Sotloff. The new personnel will be part of a now 820-person force providing U.S. diplomatic security.
“Use whatever, just not ISIS,” said the founder of the Institute for Science and International Security, also known as…ISIS.
“They kill people under the name of Islam, but Islam’s not like that.”
In the footage, Kurdish prisoners are paraded in front of the camera, before one appears to be killed.
The longer airstrikes continue, the shakier the president’s legal footing becomes.
“They are looking towards a long-term economic model.”
A suicide bomber and gunmen attacked worshippers during Friday prayers.
It “is as sophisticated and well-funded as any group we have seen. They are beyond just a terrorist group,” the U.S. defense secretary said Thursday.
James Foley is just the latest photojournalist to be killed while covering the world’s most dangerous wars. Here we look at some of his fellow journalists and their work.
“If we are afraid or run away we let them win.”
In a secret mission this summer, a Special Operations team attempted to rescue journalist James Foley and other Americans held in Syria. The operation failed.