The conflict in the southern Philippines has been raging for more than a month, despite President Duterte's assurances it would be over in three days.
Duterte had previously warned the international community from "meddling" in the Philippines' affairs.
The Group to Support Islam and Muslims bragged about killing Westerners and attacking "a site of debauchery"
They fear that new groups will join the conflict after Eid al-Fitr.
Pakistan is refusing to take sides in the diplomatic dispute between Saudi Arabia and Qatar, but has agreed to take certain steps to defuse tensions.
Decades of terrorism in Africa show that heavy-handedness is not the solution to a rising militant threat.
The traditional strategy of "contain and negotiate" in hostage situations been scrutinised after "lone wolf" attacks.
Trump's son claimed CNN and other media outlets staged a protest of Muslims condemning ISIS.
The war has lasted for 14 days in the southern island of Mindanao.
Behind the rapid response is years of training and lessons learnt from attacks in other major cities.
Trump tweeted: "At least 7 dead and 48 wounded in terror attack and Mayor of London says there is 'no reason to be alarmed!'"
Like the Bataclan and Manchester Arena, Borough Market was targeted for being a place of celebration and joy.
Coverage of the Manchester attack reflected continued struggles for the mainstream media in covering terrorism.
Somalia’s Al-Qaeda affiliate killed 4,300 people in 2016, making it Africa’s biggest militant threat.
The U.K. Home Office told British media that an investigation into foreign sources of funding for local radical Islamist groups is "very sensitive."
The army has used airstrikes and street combat, yet still the Maute Group Islamist militants fight on.
The army has used airstrikes and street combat to try and force out the Maute group militants who took hold of the city a week ago.
John Kelly, Secretary of Homeland Security, said the move would be part of a broader effort to tighten airline security to combat what he called "a real sophisticated threat."
Until the West crushes ISIS’s ideology, bombings like the one in Manchester are going to continue—and maybe become more common.