by Tara Culp-Ressler Jul 23, 2016
The bombs detonated in the middle of a peaceful protest that consisted predominantly of Hazaras, a minority ethnic group.
by Jack Jenkins Jul 5, 2016
“When [people] get a bumper sticker saying ‘Here’s your permit to attack ISIS,’ and they see a young Muslim lady at Wal-Mart, and they’re like, ‘This is ISIS, I’m going to attack them,’ that’s when the real trouble begins.”
by Justin Salhani Jul 1, 2016
The humanitarian situation in Iraq is critical, and under the current circumstances, children are more likely to suffer than anyone else.
by Rachel Cain Jun 22, 2016
But ISIS had little to do with the shooting.
by Jack Jenkins Jun 20, 2016
He pledged allegiance to groups that are actively fighting each other.
by Judd Legum Jun 15, 2016
Has he finally crossed the line?
by Laurel Raymond Jun 7, 2016
Over 200 people have been killed in terrorist attacks in Turkey's main cities in the past year.
by Laurel Raymond May 5, 2016
Turkey's president is consolidating power -- and that could have huge implications for the fight against ISIS and the international response to the Syrian Crisis.
by Beenish Ahmed Apr 20, 2016
This is how the alliance got to be so fraught -- and why it took so long.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 23, 2016
As ISIS loses ground in Iraq and Syria, some experts believe it'll focus more on attacks across Europe.