Government authorities arrested six individuals in Iran for allegedly teaching “Western dance moves,” including Zumba, and creating videos which they uploaded and posted on social media.
The Islamic State is using kidnapped Yazidi children to carry out suicide missions as the U.S.-led coalition forces continue their assault on the terror group’s remaining strongholds in Syria and Iraq.
More than 20 British medical students at a Sudan university have abandoned their studies and joined the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq.
Iran has kicked off a five-day large scale military exercise in the country’s southern region warning that civilian and military aircraft risk being shot down if they stray into Iranian airspace occupied by the drill.
The family of an American man imprisoned in Iran has expressed serious concern for his well-being after he penned a suicide note.
Iran is preparing to indict a detained U.S. man, accusing him of acting against the country’s national security interests, a source familiar with the case has told The Foreign Desk.
American defense contractor Raytheon and Israel’s Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, who worked together developing Israel’s Iron Dome—the highly-acclaimed mobile air defense system that has become critical to Israel’s national security—are now collaborating on an American prototype.
Islamic State jihadis in the Philippines are plotting to attack the Miss Universe contest that will be held in their country in 2017, according to a secret jihadi social media channel accessed by The Foreign Desk.
The family of a British grandfather languishing in an Iranian prison say he could be freed within a week.
ISIS is increasingly turning to encryption-based technology as it continues to elude Western counter-terrorism agencies desperate to breakdown the terror group’s digital footprint.
A group calling itself “The Brazil Caliphate” has pledged allegiance to Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi, the self-proclaimed leader of the Islamic State, sparking fresh concerns about the nation's ability to safeguard the upcoming summer Olympics.
Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has unveiled a new special operations training video featuring jihadis taunting the U.S. and vowing to fight to capture Palestine and the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.