In Syria's Baghouz, last village under Islamic State control, militants remain organised and brutal to the bitter end
Islamic State militants are now fighting their final battle, holed up in tunnels and caves inside Baghouz, the last village they control, in Syria
Islamic State faction in Somalia has grown significantly over the past year, carrying out attacks in Puntland and receiving some funding from Syria and Iraq
United Kingdom has claimed that it has succeeded in crippling the Islamic State (IS) terrorist network with over 1,600 air strikes in Iraq and Syria in the past three years.
Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant, Abu Ismail, who the police suspect carried out the attack on Amarnath Yatra pilgrims earlier this week has been found to be involved in a number of attacks including a recent one close to the Indian Army Headquarter in Srinagar
Bahmnoo encounter: Police kills two militants; 10 more Hizbul Mujahideen militants join Zakir Musa group
Ten more militants have broken away from the militant outfit Hizbul Mujahideen and joined hands with its former commander Zakir Musa, police officials said
Islamic State and the 'holy month of jihad': Why does terror group unleash different kind of horror during Ramadan
Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. It is derived from Ramadhaa which means 'heat of the sun'. The month was named thus because it ‘burns the sins of the believers.’
There has been an age-old debate in Kashmir, since the inception of militancy, on whether religion should play a dominating role in asking for political rights from the Indian State.
Gilgit-Baltistan move and Hizbul chief's video reveal Pakistan's true Islamo-fascist agenda in Kashmir
Gilgit-Baltistan is a part of Pakistan-occupied-Kashmir and Islamabad's move to formally annex it will be in blatant violation of every agreement, resolution and declaration.
The Nice attacks shows once again how the Islamic State and other global jihad groups have come to rely less on elaborate terror strikes.
Home Secretary Theresa May raised the threat from “substantial” to “severe” — the second-highest level — in August because of the danger posed by Islamic State and al Qaeda fanatics.
The Islamic State branch in Raqa published photographs on jihadist websites purporting to show its fighters holding the captured pilot.
UNESCO World Heritage sites in Aleppo, Damascus, Palmyra and the Crac des Chevaliers have all sustained major damage, according to UNITAR.
It would also give a huge strategic victory to both the Iraqi Kurds and the central government in Baghdad, as the Kurdish fighters could then cut the highway from Syria to Mosul, a vital supply line for Islamic State.
An activist opposed to Islamic State and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, said he had "verified 100 executions" of foreign Islamic State fighters trying to leave the jihadi group's de facto capital.
It was the plight of those trapped on the mountain, together with Islamic State's advance towards the Kurdish capital Arbil, that prompted US President Barack Obama to order air strikes against Islamic State in Iraq in August.
The peshmerga said they recaptured eight villages on the way and killed about 80 Islamic State fighters in the initial phase of the offensive launched from Rabia on the Syria border and Zumar on the shores of Mosul dam lake.
The Islamic State (IS) Sunni radical group has executed at least 1,434 people in Syria since it proclaimed an Islamic Caliphate over the territory it controls in Syria and Iraq last June, said Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) director Rami Abdurrahman.
In the first attack, a car detonated on a commercial street in the Meshtal neighborhood in eastern Baghdad, killing at least eight people and wounding 15, police officials said.
Since August, the Iraqi military is being aided by airstrikes by a U.S.-led coalition targeting Islamic State positions in Iraq and in neighboring Syria.