Salah Abdeslam was the only survivor from a group of suicide bombers and gunmen who carried out coordinated attacks across Paris that killed 130 people.
"The only crime I committed was being dumb enough to join IS," said Shamima Begum, who ran away from home at 15 years old to Syria.
Joseph eventually advanced from spreading violent messages online to planning a real-life violent attack on Jewish community members near his home.
Salah Abdeslam, the only survivor of the Islamic State group who attacked Paris, said he was "a fighter for Islamic State" when asked for his profession.
The suspect was a Sri Lankan national and had been living in New Zealand since 2016, and was known to the country's intelligence agencies.
"I was not going to extend a forever war, and I was not extending a forever exit," Biden said during the address.
We hope and pray that President Joe Biden will make the right decisions and not throw Iraq—especially Assyrians and Yazidis—to the wolves.
"For him, a role model is anyone who stands up against power to help others," Knauss' teacher recalls him writing.
"She was such a bright light to everyone she touched," Gee's sister Misty Fuoco wrote on the fundraising page.
The U.S. military said it intercepted five rockets fired toward the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan.
"We would be deeply saddened by any potential loss of innocent life," U.S. Navy Captain Bill Urban said in a statement.
"Anyone else feel like we're being catfished?" he asked after the Pentagon didn't name the ISIS-K militants killed.
"The chance of another 9/11 just went through the roof," the South Carolina Republican senator suggested.
It comes after a suicide bombing at Kabul airport claimed the lives of over 180 people including 13 U.S. service members.
"I love my job," Gee had written on Instagram alongside a photo showing her cradling a baby at Kabul airport days before her death.
The Taliban have been fighting ISIS-K for years but criticized the U.S. operation.
"What ISIS-K has done has already stopped the flow of folks who need to get out," the Louisiana Republican said.
The former national security adviser's comments come after ISIS-K took credit for Thursday's deadly blast.
The airstrike occurred less than 48 hours after a suicide bombing killed over 160 Afghans and 13 U.S. military service members near Afghanistan's Kabul airport.
Among those that have been named are Maxton William Soviak of Ohio, David Lee Espinoza of Texas and Rylee McCollum of Wyoming.
The morgues in Kabul, Afghanistan, are full as at least 10 bodies were placed outside Wazir Akbar Khan Hospital after dual attacks outside of Kabul's airport.
The president told those responsible for the deaths of 13 U.S. troops, "We will hunt you down and make you pay."
After Thursday's attacks on both U.S. service members and Afghanistan civilians, the U.S. military is preparing for more attacks from the Islamic State.
Thursday's attack was the deadliest day for the U.S. military since a helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan on August 6, 2011.
"Families are showing up to pick up the bodies [of people they know], and this is how it is going to be for the whole night," Nasser Waziri told Newsweek.
ISIS' Amaq News Agency cited "military sources" claiming "the killing and wounding of around 160 American forces and their collaborators in a martyrdom attack of the Islamic State near Kabul airport."
"While we're saddened by the loss of life, of both U.S. and Afghans, we're continuing to execute the mission," Marine Corps Gen. Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr. said.
General Kenneth McKenzie said the attack was expected and the U.S. military is working with the Taliban, who he said may have thwarted other attacks.
"Almost anything now can be used by ISIS to try to break up the Taliban's ability to appear or be somewhat moderate, affecting its relations with the US and outside powers," Anthony H. Cordesman of CSIS told Newsweek.