American military pilots charged with carrying out airstrikes against the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) in Iraq and Syria are complaining that stringent rules of engagement are interfering with their mission, Fox News reports.
A trial of gendarmerie officers in Turkey accused of being members of a terrorist group organized by Fetullah Gulen to allegedly undermine the country’s elected government has raised suspicion that Turkey is actively arming radical Islamists in Syria, reports Al Monitor.
Iran’s deputy foreign minister has denied claims that Iranian forces are fighting the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) in Iraq, reports BasNews.
The president of Iraq’s Kurdistan region, Masoud Barzani, blamed former Iraqi prime minister Nouri al-Maliki for the turmoil in the country where the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) has recently gained more territory.
Syrian troops and Iraqi forces backed by Shiite fighters are bolstering their efforts to root out the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) from key territory in both countries.
Iraq’s prime minister and his deputy reacted differently to the conduct displayed by their country’s army in their fight against Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) jihadists in Ramadi.
In an effort that is being seen as undermining U.S. officials’ assurances that security forces were holding their own, Afghanistan is forming local militias and urging old warlords to provide military assistance in response to a fierce Taliban offensive in the northern part of the country, The New York Times reports.
Syrian regime forces in Palmyra, demoralized and hollowed out after years of war, attrition, and corruption, were routed with apparent ease despite distress signals when the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) attacked the ancient city, reports The New York Times.
The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL/IS) has seized all border crossings between Syria and Iraq from Syrian regime troops, according to a monitor group.
The death toll from a massive mudslide that practically wiped out a town in northwest Colombia rose to at least 78 people after rescuers recovered 17 bodies on Tuesday, a day after the natural disaster struck, according to Colombian officials.
Usama bin Ladin (UBL) was an adherent of climate change who argued that fighting the phenomenon is an arrogant Western insult to Allah’s will, according to recently unclassified documents recovered during the raid on the compound where the al Qaeda leader was killed.
More than half of Syria fell under the control of the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) after the jihadist group captured the ancient city of Palmyra, a monitor group said.
As U.S. secretary of state, Hillary Clinton discussed “sensitive but unclassified” information through her private email account on the security situation in Benghazi during the 2011 upheaval in Libya, The New York Times (NYT) reveals.
The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) seized nearly “one-third” of the ancient city Palmyra in Syria after heavy clashes with Bashar al-Assad regime forces and their allies, reported a U.K.-based monitor group.
Former CIA Director Michael Morell’s account of what happened during the September 2012 terror attack against a U.S. consulate in Benghazi has been debunked by a Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) report, a security contractor, and other sources.
A 2012 Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) report, obtained by conservative watchdog Judicial Watch (JW), predicted the rise of the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL), warning that the continued deterioration of security conditions in the region would benefit the jihadist group.
20 Republicans Who Joined Pelosi Refuse To Condemn That She Called Republicans Voting Against Military Amnesty ‘Un-American’
Silence isn’t golden. All 20 Republican lawmakers who voted against an amendment that prevents illegals from enlisting in the U.S. military refused to answer questions from Breitbart News regarding the expedited citizenship most illegals would have been eligible for once they joined the armed forces.
The Iran-backed Houthi rebels and their allies were reportedly targeted by Saudi-led airstrikes after a five-day humanitarian cease-fire expired on Sunday night.
The Taliban is expanding across Afghanistan, raising widespread concern about whether the Afghan government and its forces are capable of dealing with the worsening security crisis afflicting the country.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The five-day cease-fire in Yemen, which appeared to be holding up despite some violations, has facilitated the delivery of some humanitarian assistance for the residents of the war-ravaged nation, a U.S. State Department spokesman said on Thursday.
The Iowa National Security Action Summit this Saturday is expected to feature experts and leaders who will address the need to defeat jihad, border security, and the hollowing out of the U.S. military, among other topics, according to the organization hosting the event.
The search mission continues for a U.S. Marine Corps UH-1Y Huey helicopter that went missing Tuesday evening in Nepal with six Marines and two Nepalese soldiers onboard.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — It remains uncertain whether the Afghan security forces will be able to carry out essential functions by the time the U.S. draws down to a small military presence at the end of 2016, according to the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR).
Hezbollah, Assad Regime Drive Out Al Qaeda-Led Forces From Strategic Hill Along Syria-Lebanon Border
Iran ally Hezbollah and Syrian regime troops joined forces to launch a successful offensive against al-Qaeda-led Syrian rebels in mountainous Qalamoun region along the Syria-Lebanon border, reports International Business Times (IBT).
Iraqi officials have accused the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) of being responsible for a violent prison break in Iraq that freed at least 30 inmates and left dozens of people dead.