Kurdish PKK Splinter Group Claims Responsibility for Ankara Bombing

The Kurdistan Freedom Falcons (TAK), a separatist terrorist group that primarily operates in northern Iraq and southeastern Turkey, said it carried out the successful car bomb attack on the Turkish capital, Ankara, that killed 28 people Wednesday.

Honour guards carry the Turkish flag-draped coffins of car bombing victims during a funeral ceremony at Kocatepe Mosque in Ankara on February 19, 2016. Turkey has detained three more suspects over the attack on a convoy of military buses in Ankara that killed 28 people, prosecutors said on February 19, …

Afghan Official Warns ISIS Poses Major Threat to Afghanistan

A spokesman for the Afghan ministry of interior (MoI), after two U.S. drone strikes killed an estimated 49 terrorists linked to the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) in Afghanistan, recognized that the jihadist group poses a major threat to his country.

Islamic State fighters