"We affirm that the blood of the heroic martyrs will not be in vain and that the response by our heroic army units will be very harsh," the Iraqi military said.
"I took the life of an innocent 13-year-old boy. I really, truly am sorry, especially when he had been so nice and generous to me," Corey Johnson said.
"We intend to stand by Hoda and her son and their rights to citizenship," lawyer Christine Jump said. "We do intend to keep working on her behalf."
SCOTUS refused to hear the appeal of a woman who was determined to not be a U.S. citizen as she tried to return to the country after joining the Islamic State.
As far as the United States military is concerned, the men and women in uniform have done their job. It's time to acknowledge success and bring them home.
"These figures reflect, in part, the spread of ISIS branches and networks and al-Qa'ida affiliates, particularly in Africa," said Secretary of State Antony Blinken.
Marine Gen. Frank McKenzie said that the absence of American forces in Afghanistan has complicated efforts to monitor groups like al-Qaida.
The girl was allegedly punished for wetting the bed and was chained to a barred window in direct sunlight where temperatures reached 122 Fahrenheit.
A federal judge ruled Omar Abdulsattar Ameen is eligible for deportation to Iraq or Turkey after lying about having contact with anyone from terrorist groups.
In addition to the deaths, the bombings sent 33 people to the hospital, five of whom are in critical condition.
"Gone are the days of war, threats, sanctions and pressure, and the world must normalize its relations with the Islamic Emirate," Taliban member Alhanafi Wardak told Newsweek.
Salah Abdeslam spoke at the beginning of the trial, saying the deaths of so many innocent people were "nothing personal."
"Don't thank me...it's my duty," Naser Almadaoji told an individual he believed to be a member of ISIS after translating a document from Arabic to English.
The case of Jennifer Wenisch is one of the first trials related to crimes against Yazidis.
Assad has won the war. That's not new information. U.S. decision makers must deal with reality as it is, not as they wish it to be.
"As a neighboring country, China is certainly concerned about Afghanistan's counter-terrorism," Shanghai International Studies University's Fan Hongda told Newsweek.
A roadside bombing believed to be carried out by Islamic State has killed over a dozen people in the deadliest attack on Syrian capital Damascus in years. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
The 22-year-old had created a process that would allow ISIS to disseminate propaganda in an easier manner.
Iran said it's "confident that our Muslim brothers and sisters in Afghanistan will foil the divisive schemes of their enemies through solidarity."
"There is no doubt that the malicious hand is behind the ISIS attack," Ahmad Yasir, protocol officer of the Taliban's political office in Qatar, told Newsweek.
The Taliban's statement comes a day after ISIS-K claimed responsibility for an attack at a mosque in Afghanistan Friday that killed 46 Shiite Muslims.
ISIS claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing at a mosque Friday that killed at least 46 Shiite Muslim worshippers and wounded dozens in Afghanistan.
Two of the victims were civilians, including a 17-year-old girl. Most of the Afghan soldiers killed had surrendered to the insurgents.
"Salim Abu-Ahmad was responsible for planning, funding, and approving trans-regional al-Qaeda attacks," a CENTCOM spokesperson said.
Explosions in Jalalabad over the weekend killed 8, some of them Taliban. Reports said there were more Taliban casualties after 3 more explosions on Monday.
Alowemer, 23, pleaded guilty to one count of attempting to provide material support to the militant organization.
French President Emmanuel Macron announced on Twitter that Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi had been killed by French forces, calling it a "major victory."