The offensive took place on Friday near the borders of Burkina Faso and Niger, where government troops are struggling to rout an Islamic insurgency, as per French defense minister Florence Parly
Sri Lanka police discovers Islamist militants' training camp in Kattankudy; suicide bombers of Easter Sunday blasts practiced at site
Sri Lankan police on Sunday discovered a 10-acre camp in the eastern town of Kattankudy, where Islamist militants linked to the deadly Easter attacks are believed to have practiced shooting and bombmaking.
Recently awarded India’s third-highest peacetime gallantry award, the Shaurya Chakra, 16-year-old Irfan Sheikh is in hiding, fearing revenge from jihadists
New Zealand mosque shootings: Attacks on houses of worship show rise of hate crime, religious places more vulnerable globally
Places of worship are 'soft targets' as they reign in a psychological hijack of people. "By targeting a house of worship, rather than a private home or business, the attacker has committed a powerful symbolic transgression: profaning a space that is both sacred and communal."
China worries that with the end of the war in Syria, out-of-work jihadists will end up in its backyard
The Muthana case illustrates the dilemmas. In November 2014, Hoda Muthana left the US without telling her parents, and travelled to the Islamic State’s capital of Raqqa.
UK to strip Islamic State teen bride Shamima Begum of citizenship; family now considering 'legal avenues' to allow her return
The case points to a dilemma facing many European countries, divided over whether to allow jihadists and IS sympathisers home to face prosecution or barring them over security concerns as the so-called "caliphate" crumbles.
Jammu and Kashmir saw more killings of jihadists, but also more local recruits in 2018; new year to bring new challenges
As the new year arrives, new challenges are in store for the security forces in Jammu and Kashmir, including the conduct of the general elections.
In the eastern district of Sadr City, two people were killed and four wounded in two explosions in the conservative Shiite neighbourhood. And two other blasts went off on busses in other parts of Baghdad's northeast, wounding seven. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for any of the explosions.
Human Rights Watch says US should not transfer suspected jihadists from Syria to Iraq 'if they will be at risk of torture or unfair trial'
The New York-based watchdog said the United States had transferred suspected members of the Islamic State group for trials in Baghdad. "The US should not be transferring IS suspects from Syria to Iraq or elsewhere if they will be at risk of torture or an unfair trial," HRW's Nadim Houry said.
UK suspends mutual legal assistance process with US over fear that two suspects from Islamic State's 'Beatles' group could be executed
The Home Office said it had agreed to a "short-term pause" of the mutual legal assistance process with the US over Alexanda Amon Kotey and El Shafee el-Sheikh after a request from lawyers acting for one of the men.
Mali suicide attack: Six persons dead, several injured in bomb blast at G5 Sahel headquarters in Sevare
A suicide attack in the G5 Sahel headquarters in Mali's Sevare claimed six lives and injured several others three days before a conference with French president Emmanuel Macron
Islamic State attacks kill 22 pro-regime fighters, including 9 Iranian soldiers, in south Syria, claims report
Islamic State group jihadists on Thursday killed 22 pro-regime fighters including 11 soldiers among them two officers, in surprise attacks in southern Syria, a monitor said.
Russia World Cup under threat from Islamic State as propaganda warns of attacks by 'lone wolves' or local jihadists
Disturbing photo-montages circulated on social media last year warned of possible Islamic State attacks during the football World Cup in Russia.
Mosul after Islamic State: Ulemas battle to rid locals of extremist ideas following city's recapture from jihadists
The ulema, or Islamic scholars, aim to set up "brigades" tasked with ridding Mosul residents of extremist ideas of Islamic State following city's recapture
Families of Islamic State fighters in Iraq's Anbar province fear returning home as local residents vow revenge
In Iraq's Anbar province, residents struggling to rebuild after years of Islamic State rule are adamant: there will be no return for families of jihadists
Mass grave containing remains of over 75 civilians and security personnel unearthed in Iraq's Kirkuk province
A mass grave containing the remains of dozens of civilians and security personnel apparently executed by jihadists has been found in northern Iraq's Kirkuk province, its governor
Iraq hangs 38 Islamic State, Al-Qaeda operatives in mass execution; human rights groups express concern
Iraq hanged 38 jihadists belonging to the Islamic State group or Al-Qaeda for terrorism offences on Thursday in the southern city of Nasiriyah
Islamic State-inspired terrorist strikes New York subway, 3 hurt: Donald Trump calls for tougher immigration rules
A 27-year-old immigrant from Bangladesh detonated a homemade pipe bomb strapped to his body in a crowded New York subway passage during the morning rush hour Monday, injuring three people and putting the city on edge just six weeks after a deadly truck attack.
US conducts drone strikes against Islamic State fighters in Somalia for first time, kills 'several terrorists'
The US has conducted a pair of drone strikes against Islamic State fighters in Somalia, the first time America has hit jihadists in Horn of Africa nation