How Ukraine followed the ISIS playbook
Battlefield and recruitment videos released by Ukraine and Russia in the ongoing war bear hallmarks of video propaganda pushed by the Islamic State group.
The world is at risk as war in Sudan threatens to spread, U.N. forces warn
"It does affect all of us," U.N. Under Secretary General for Peace Operations Jean-Pierre Lacroix tells Newsweek.
Ice Spice's real name shocks fans after Instagram deemed it "dangerous"
The rapper shared her real name, but Instagram removed the post, writing, "Your post goes against our guidelines on violence or dangerous organizations."
U.S. kills senior ISIS leader in helicopter raid
The leader was responsible for planning terrorist attacks in the Middle East and Europe.
U.S. special forces silently hunting ISIS in Syria
U.S. forces "will continue the relentless campaign against ISIS," U.S. Central Command General Michael "Erik" Kurilla said on Monday.
U.S. kills senior ISIS leader Khalid Aydd Ahmad al-Jabouri in Syria strike
Khalid Aydd Ahmad al-Jabouri's death will "temporarily disrupt the organization's ability to plot external attacks," said the U.S. Central Command.
How the U.S. invasion of Iraq is still ruining the world 20 years later
"The U.S. invasion and subsequent occupation is directly related to the rise of ISIS," Zaid al-Ali, former adviser to the U.N. mission in Iraq, told Newsweek.
Google could face tidal wave of legal threats after Supreme Court ruling
The case now before the Court could determine if Section 230 protects recommendation algorithms from legal culpability.
ISIS is "simmering powder keg" under Biden, congressman warns
"The terrorists didn't get the memo from Biden saying the war on terrorism's over because he wished it was over," Florida Representative Mike Waltz said.
U.S. and partners kill ISIS leader in Syria raid, 4 soldiers, dog wounded
The news came less than a week after another raid conducted by the U.S. and partnered forces that resulted in the death of an ISIS official.
Amid U.S.-China resource race, ISIS makes Afghan mines hard to reach for Xi
"If the Taliban cannot guarantee security, there will be a problem," geoscientist Scott L. Montgomery told Newsweek.
Biden admin argues for death penalty he vowed to abolish
President Joe Biden campaigned to abolish the death penalty, however that hasn't stopped him from carrying out punishments sought by previous administrations.
Will the Supreme Court Let Big Tech Off the Hook for Platforming Terror?
Our families have both been gravely affected by acts of terrorism and we're united in our determination to fight back.
U.S. says killing ISIS figure in Somalia shows how group is still spreading
"The terrorism threat today is more diffuse, ideologically diverse and geographically dispersed than it was 20 or so years ago," a U.S. official said.
Pakistan warns cash-strapped Taliban fighters may join ISIS amid unrest
"If the Taliban do not have enough money, they may lose some of their factions to ISIL-K," Pakistani ambassador to the U.N. Munir Akram told Newsweek.
Group behind 9/11 gets hands on material to make nuclear bomb—report
Al-Qaeda terrorists intercepted a shipment being delivered from Iran to a rebel group in Yemen, according to allegations made in an Israeli newspaper.
Full list of Iranian celebrities who have spoken out against the regime
With protests continue in Iran, local stars have refused to back down, facing arrest, harassment, and the confiscation of their passports for speaking out.
For Allegedly Financing Terror, Ericsson Should Compensate All ISIS Victims
Ericsson is being sued by 528 U.S. service men and women, as well as civilians.
A Dangerous New Generation of Militants Is Rising in the West Bank
Something new is brewing in the northern West Bank. In recent months, in the cities of Jenin and Nablus, the Israeli authorities have observed the emergence of novel and unfamiliar forms of armed Palestinian political organization.
"They are not scared": Iranian women protest with harrowing banner
"Every time something goes viral, they're taken into custody ... and their dead bodies are being handed back to their families," Negar Mottahedeh told Newsweek.
U.S. Confirms Raid Against ISIS in Syria Near Syrian, Russian Frontlines
"Last night, CENTCOM forces conducted a raid in northeast Syria targeting a senior ISIS official," Colonel Joe Buccino said in a statement sent to Newsweek.
Italian Nun Shot and Killed in Apparent ISIS-Affiliate Attack in Mozambique
Marie De Coppi was reportedly attempting to reach a dormitory when she was shot in the head.
Syria Demands U.S. Withdraw Forces 'Immediately' After Rocket Strike
The Syrian government has long considered the presence of U.S. troops illegal.
Yazidi Post-Genocide Plight—Severe Challenges Eight Years on
We ask the international community to support accountability and help Yazidis safely return to their homes, or if that is not possible, to accept them as refugees.
Eight Years Into the Yazidi Genocide Led by Global Inaction
Global recognition of the Yazidi genocide was always meant to only be the beginning.
Happy Eid al-Adha Wishes, Messages and Greetings for Friends and Family
The celebration follows Eid al-Fitr, which ended the holy month of Ramadan and was celebrated on May 3.
Girl Rescued After Being Kidnapped at 8, Sold in ISIS Slave Markets
Rosita Haji Baju, now 16, had been terrified that if she revealed her past, she would suffer further abuse and instead sought help on social media
Israel Boosts Southern Border Defense Facing ISIS On One End, Iran On Other
An Israeli security official revealed to Newsweek "a very significant amount of work" on Israel's border security strategy near Egypt and Jordan.
George W. Bush Assassination Plot Puts Spotlight on Border Fight
Forbes wrote that an alleged ISIS operative wanted to smuggle accomplices into the country from Mexico to help kill the former president.
Syria Says U.S. Must Pay for Civilians Killed in Strike and Withdraw Troops
"These biased investigations cannot deny the fact that a crime against humanity has occurred in Baghuz," Syria's United Nations mission told Newsweek.