Dozens of civilians were killed in air strikes by Iraqi or U.S.-led coalition forces.
Although it was unclear how the zones would work, safe havens could ratchet up U.S. military involvement in Syria and mark a departure from President Obama's more cautious approach.
Facing military defeats in Iraq and Syria, the Islamic State group may be preparing a mass retreat to war-torn Libya.
The 68 nations involved in the fight against ISIS were set to meet to hear for the first time President Donald Trump's plan to defeat the militant Islamic State group.
Law enforcement can use the nanotechnology to track artifacts, though some are skeptical the trafficking is as widespread as reported.
The Islamic State group threatened India's iconic Taj Mahal as bombings and sabotage rocked the surrounding tourist city of Agra.
The U.S. military has considered sending up to 1,000 more troops to Syria, an escalation amid a delicate balance of foreign powers fighting the Islamic State group.
Authorities had closed one of the nation's largest malls Saturday amid terror threat.
Certain districts of the Iraqi city remain the last holdout for the militants.
Sufis are a reminder that much of the Islamic world welcomes divergent religious practices, posing a threat to ISIS's rigid interpretation.
Twelve people have been treated for exposure to chemical agents since March 1.
National Front leader could be prosecuted for 'publishing violent images.'
Max Hill says the threat to London is similar to what it faced in the 1970s with the IRA.
The remarks by Marine General Joseph Dunford, suggest the preliminary plan will be far broader in scope than initially thought and might initially omit more tactical details, like specific troop requests.
Boys from a Mosul orphanage were indoctrinated by the jihadists to become a network of informants and fighters.
The Trump administration has said the ban would help prevent terrorism but opponents assailed it as unconstitutional.