The Islamic State armed group has been largely weakened in recent years, but under its new leader, Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurashi, the terrorist organisation is regrouping and once again sowing its seeds of violence.
The Islamic State affiliate in Afghanistan has suffered heavy losses in the past year but could spoil the country’s peace process by attacking cities and recruiting Taliban splinter groups angered by the negotiations.
Washington has identified a critical financial facilitator for Daesh (ISIS) based in Turkey in a move to unsettle the remaining global financial networks of the terrorist group.
Turkey arrested a Daesh/ISIS terrorist in northern Syria, near Turkey's southern border, the National Defense Ministry said Friday.
ISIS has encouraged its supporters to weaponise themselves by contracting the coronavirus and using it to strike the “colonies of the disbelievers”.
A 17-year-old Ontario teenager has pleaded guilty to four terrorism-related offences for trying to encourage and facilitate a bomb attack that was thwarted early last year.
A shocking new report from Human Rights Watch describes sexual violence against gay and bi men and transgender women in Syria since the Syrian civil war started in 2011.