A U.S. service member succumbed to wounds sustained while fighting the Islamic State Wednesday in eastern Afghanistan, the U.S. military announced Wednesday.
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Islamic State fighters captured in the Battle for Raqqa show signs of intravenous amphetamine injection and malnourishment, Operation Inherent Resolve spokesman Army Col. Ryan Dillon told reporters Wednesday.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is building a protected SCUD missile factory in northern Syria, Israeli media reports.
Five soldiers are missing after A U.S. Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter crashed off the coast of Hawaii Tuesday night, ABC News reports.
The Islamic State's targeting of religious minorities in the territory it controls is one of the biggest threats to international religious freedom, the U.S. Department of State noted in an annual report.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned President Donald Trump that the Islamic republic could rapidly restart its nuclear program if more U.S. sanctions are imposed on it, during a fiery address Tuesday.
The Pentagon identified the two U.S. soldiers killed Sunday in northern Iraq as Sgt. Roshain Euvince Brooks and Sgt. Allen Levi Stigler Jr, in a late Monday press release.
Two U.S. soldiers were killed and five others injured Sunday after an artillery fire mishap in northern Iraq, Pentagon spokesman Army Colonel Rob Manning announced Monday.
The leading candidate to take the helm of the Islamic State's affiliate in Afghanistan was killed in a U.S. air-strike on August 10th, U.S. forces Afghanistan announced Sunday.
The Obama administration was warned of Russian preparations to disrupt western elections as early as 2014, Politico reports.
Two U.S. service members were killed and five others injured in an unclear incident in northern Iraq, Operation Inherent Resolve announced early Sunday.
Nearly 30 children died from a lack of liquid oxygen after a northern Indian hospital did not pay its bill, The Washington Post reports.
Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula's propaganda arm issued a new video encouraging U.S. jihadis to derail trains, The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) revealed Friday.
U.S. citizen Mohamed Elshinawy allegedly made a fake ad for computer printers on Ebay as a ruse to receive payments from Islamic State operatives abroad, The Wall Street Journal reports.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un spent some of his teenage years attending an international school in Switzerland, where he once played a tambourine in class.
The first female Navy SEAL officer candidate voluntarily left training in the initial stages of the process Aug. 2, Task and Purpose and former Navy psychologist Josh Cotton report.
The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) now control approximately half of the Islamic State's capital of Raqqa, Operation Inherent Resolve spokesman Army Col. John Dillon told reporters Thursday.
A would-be Russian terrorist operating out of Turkey attempted to solicit funds on an pro-ISIS social media channel to carry out an attack on a U.S. airbase, Turkish officials revealed Wednesday.
Some U.S. diplomats in Cuba may have been intentionally deafened since late 2016, officials told the Associated Press and CNN.