President Trump said Friday "it's about time" that the group no longer controlled territory in the region, after a campaign by U.S. and coalition forces that spanned five years and two U.S. presidencies unleashed more than 100,000 bombs and killed…
By Deb Riechmann, Lolita Baldor, Associated Press
Sam El Hassani, an American woman from Indiana, said her husband tricked her into going to Turkey on a vacation in 2015 and ended up joining the Islamic State group. What happens to them now?…
By Larisa Epatko
A recently discovered trove of thousands of documents offers new insight into the horrors of life under the Islamic State militant group. Driven out of Mosul in late 2016 after months of fighting, ISIS left behind evidence of how the…
By Amna Nawaz
LONDON — Former Islamic State hostages and families of the group's victims are urging Britain and the United States to put two recently captured extremists on trial, arguing that denying them justice will fuel the hatred and violence they supported.
By Danica Kirka, Associated Press
By Larisa Epatko
Major pre-planned attacks have hit an all-time high in Afghanistan's capital Kabul. Here's why.
We asked experts what they learned -- and what they didn't -- from Trump's remarks on global issues during his first State of the Union.
Iraqis are returning home in greater numbers than those displaced by conflict for the first time in four years, the International Organization for Migration said Friday.
By PBS NewsHour
In a poor neighborhood of Kabul, a suicide bomber slipped inside a Shiite cultural center and blew himself up. As people fled, more bombs went off outside. At least 41 people died, and more than 80 are wounded. The Taliban…
ISIS was driven out of Iraq's second largest city in July, but at a devastating cost, with great swaths of Mosul in ruins. A new report from the Associated Press puts the death toll between 9,000 and 11,000, a third…
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