The Combined Joint Task Force forced the extremist group out of Al Baghdadi, Iraq, and seven nearby villages, officials reported Friday.
Smugglers on Turkey’s border with Syria send everything from iPhones to cooking oil into ISIS’ self-styled caliphate. BuzzFeed News’ Mike Giglio reports from Akcakale, Turkey.
How a teenager from west London became the world’s most notorious killer.
The Iraqi Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities said Friday that the militant group had bulldozed the ancient Assyrian city on Thursday.
A Virginia teenager was reportedly arrested by the FBI last week. He claimed to have founded the first Arabic language BitCoin exchange on the web.
Audio has emerged appearing to show the man known as “Jihadi John” speaking about terrorism and extremism in 2009.
We’re through the looking glass here, people.
Allied Sunni and Shiite fighters have joined with the Iraqi armed forces in a large-scale attempt to retake Saddam Hussein’s hometown from the militant group.
“Your virtual war on us will cause a real war on you.”
The Assyrians were released after an order from an ISIS Sharia court.
“Just saw the most unfunny SNL piece of all time.”
The ISIS militant, identified as Mohammed Emwazi, wrote of his increasing frustration with security officials years before he became the infamous masked executioner.
But the opening came as ISIS militants destroyed ancient statues in the Iraqi city of Mosul.
“What I worry about is that this president’s hesitancy in going all the way and defeating ISIS may be linked…to his overarching desire to get a deal with Iran.”
The Kurdish forces the U.S. relies on in Iraq fear the very Iraqis the U.S. needs them to save.
Cage UK, founded by a man once held at Guantanamo Bay, said it was in touch with the ISIS fighter between 2009 and 2012 after he complained of harassment from the British authorities.
Here’s everything we know about Mohammed Emwazi.
“These ruins behind me are idols and statues that people used to worship in the past instead of Allah,” a man in the video says.
At least nine civilians were also injured in the attack.
ISIS executioner “Jihadi John” has been identified as Mohammed Emwazi, a 26-year-old man who was born in Kuwait and grew up in London.
Photographer Bradley Secker journeys to Syria and neighboring Turkey to visit Iraqi gay men who have fled their homeland in fear of persecution and death.
The three men, originally from Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, planned to travel to Syria. They also planned to bomb Coney Island or legally buy guns to shoot police officers and soldiers.
Turkey’s surprise military operation in Syria this weekend highlighted its precarious balancing act with the ISIS militants dug in along its border.
Deputy prime minister Bulent Arinc said British authorities should have alerted Turkey earlier about the missing teenagers. This post has been updated with the Metropolitan police’s reply.
A monitoring group said dozens of people have been taken from their homes over the last three days as militants raided areas inhabited by the country’s ancient Christian minority.
Prime Minister John Key pledges 143 troops to military training effort in Iraq.
In between beheading people and setting others on fire, ISIS appears to have found the time to administer vaccinations.
Kayla Mueller’s parents and brother said Monday they had been hopeful their daughter, who died in ISIS custody, would be freed. “They put policy in front of American citizens’ lives,” Carl Mueller said.
The tomb of Suleyman Shah, who died in 1236, is a symbol of national pride. Though located in Syria, it has long been under control of Turkey with an honor guard of Turkish soldiers.