"These biased investigations cannot deny the fact that a crime against humanity has occurred in Baghuz," Syria's United Nations mission told Newsweek.
The multinational company should fund nonprofit organizations helping victims of ISIS brutality.
VanDyke has started a training program for Ukrainian civilians in Lviv and plans to train fighters in Kyiv and on the front line.
"Unfortunately, some extremist forces are embarking on racial and ethnic disparities in Afghanistan for their own narrow political objectives," Iran's U.N. mission told Newsweek.
We are called The Mozart Group but we're not mercenaries like Russia's Wagner Group
The Mozart Group was established during the war by ex-U.S. commander Colonel Andrew Milburn with a group of Western veterans to train Ukrainians to fight.
The Islamic State group has been blamed for the deaths of American hostages including journalist James Foley.
A judge said that Ali Harbi Ali's murder of Amess "struck at the heart of our democracy."
Bernard Augustine said he tried to support ISIS by getting more English speakers to join and said he would do it again.
Zelensky said that the one thing that sets the Russian military apart from ISIS is that one is a member of the United Nations Security Council.
Israelis today are bracing themselves for a new intifada.
The congresswoman made the assertion at Trump's Michigan rally on Saturday, adding, "We need strength."
In a newly unsealed document on Friday, the conspirators planned to separate children from their parents before attacking.
"The actions of Russian invaders will be equated with the actions of ISIS terrorists," the Ukrainian president said.
On this International Women's Day, we ask that you say the names of women targeted and imprisoned for exercising and advocating for freedom of religion and belief.
Many banks are now required to report numerous suspicious activities—including terrorism—to authorities.
ISIS leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi was one of "multiple bodies" left in the wake of a U.S. Special Forces raid on a house in Syria last week.
Africa, not the Middle East, is the breeding ground of Islamist terrorism today.
After Syrian forces regained control of a prison that was under siege by the Islamic State, hundreds of child detainees are still unaccounted for.
"The recent U.S. raid is another flagrant violation of Syria's sovereignty, unity, and territorial integrity," Syrian diplomat Aliaa Ali told Newsweek.
An American counterterrorism raid resulted in the death of a core ISIS leader. However, the terror group remains at large in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
In a speech in 2019, former President Donald Trump said ISIS's prior leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, "died like a dog," during a strike.
In 2019, al-Qurayshi took over as leader of the militant group following the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
The U.S. Special Operations raid killed Islamic State militant group (ISIS) leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi.
Allison Fluke-Ekren "considered any attack that did not kill a large number of individuals to be a waste of resources," a witness told the FBI.