ISIS is still dangerous in parts of Iraq – and in Kiruk, they’re just across from the Kurdish frontlines.
There were celebrations across northern Iraq on Monday as people voted on Kurdish independence –– paving the way for the creation of a new country, and the splintering of Iraq.
The most sophisticated terror plot ever attempted on Australian soil – to bring down an Etihad airline leaving Sydney airport – is now known to have been planned, directed and even supplied directly by ISIS.
An American doctor who will determine whether Charlie Gard, an 11-month old boy with a rare genetic disorder, should be brought to the U.S for treatment met with the UK medical team treating him.
The Turkish-Syrian border has long been a lifeline for armed groups fighting inside Syria – a porous crossing 511 miles long over which countless weapons, money and men have gone to fuel all sides of the civil war.
In an exclusive interview with Fox News, the former vice president of Iraq, Ayad Allawi, said he looks forward optimistically to President Trump's policies, as he looks back sadly at former President Barack Obama’s errors.
Inside a low-slung concrete building ringed by blast walls, razor wire and numerous checkpoints, around 30 ISIS members, including key leaders, bomb makers and unrepentant killers of women and children are held prisoner.
As the Trump administration decries leaks to the news media, the UK government is considering proposals of its own that would significantly hike penalties for people who reveal state secrets.
It’s been six days since the offensive to retake Mosul began, and the going has been slow as ISIS fighters and snipers, seemingly immune to airstrikes, continue to pop up in towns and villages surrounding Iraq’s second-largest city and already thought “liberated.”
Firebrand Muslim cleric Anjem Choudary, who radicalized dozens of ISIS recruits including the man believed to have beheaded American journalist James Foley, was sentenced Tuesday to more than 5 years in prison for inciting others to commit acts of terrorism.
British prisons have become alarmingly fertile breeding grounds for terrorism, according to new government research that supports the long and widely held beliefs that UK lockups too often double as jihadi training camps.