The jihadis refuse to admit fighting for ISIS as they prepare to return for trials at home.
The newspaper is seeking an apology as Trump's claim the paper leaked information becomes his latest attack on the press.
German security services say more than 900 German nationals have left the country to fight for ISIS.
Hafez al-Assad finished in the lower end of the International Mathematical Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro.
A new report details the close links between ISIS's leadership and the militants who overran Marawi in May.
Israel says metal detectors will remain at the contested site.
Abu Walaa is believed to be linked to the attacker who plowed a truck into a Berlin Christmas market in December.
The three gunmen killed two policemen at the holy site, leading to the introduction of controversial metal detectors.
Turkey's state-run news agency listed 10 of the military outposts used by Washington in the fight against ISIS.
Canadian nationals were reportedly among those who joined the militant group in Iraq.
The 21-year-old also wanted to commit an attack for what he called the "Islamic State of North Carolina."
She posted a brief clip to Snapchat wearing the outfit in one of the country’s most conservative regions.
Iraqi security forces discovered 16-year-old Linda W. from Saxony among five German ISIS members.
The president's campaign against ISIS is killing 12 civilians a day, new investigation shows.
A young Saudi woman posted a video of herself wearing un-Islamic clothing in public.
A military court in Amman found 39-year-old Maarik Al-Tawaiha guilty of shooting the trainers.
The man allegedly stabbed his daughter to death after she planned to convert to Islam.
Belgian intelligence believes the network may have stored explosives at a garage on a school’s premises.
The attacker sneaked into a hotel by swimming from a nearby beach.
Westeros fever has gripped the Islamic Republic as the country's fans count down to July 16.
The magazine defends the publication of the pictures that show victims of the truck attack as a public duty.
Rights groups say that life in the coastal enclave has become "unlivable."