President Donald Trump on Wednesday said that no Americans were harmed in the attack by Iran on US bases in Iraq as he offered to embrace peace
At least two people were killed after a gunman claiming allegiance to the Islamic State group opened fire and took hostages at a supermarket in
Akayed Ullah, 27 year-old suspected bomber, detonated a pipe bomb strapped to his body in a crowded passageway during morning rush hour.
Iraqi PM said: "Our forces are in complete control of the Iraqi-Syrian border and I therefore announce the end of the war against Daesh (IS)."
Inspector General of Police (IGP) Kashmir Munir Khan also ruled out the presence of ISIS in Kashmir.
Terror outfit Islamic State recaptured Albu Kamal in eastern Syria on Saturday, just two days after the Syrian regime forces and allied militia
President Donald Trump ordered extreme vetting for foreign nationals coming in to the US after eight people were killed in Manhattan when a
Police confirmed there was an explosion in the heavily fortified area but could not immediately provide further details.
A top official said the attacker was on foot and walked into to the Imam Zaman Mosque today in the city's Dashti Barch area where he detonated
Islamic State has captured Raqa in 2014 and transformed it into the de facto Syrian capital of its self-styled "caliphate" in Syria and Iraq.
Russia claims to have killed about 120 Islamic State terrorists and 60 foreign mercenaries in a series of air strikes in Syria in the past 24
The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the bomb explosion on the London Underground train that injured at least 29 people on
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi announced early Sunday the start of a battle to retake Tal Afar, a key Northern Iraqi bastion of the Islamic
IS said its fighters "ran over several Crusaders with a truck in the coastal town of Cambrils".